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Address: Plot 9, Market St, Kampala, Uganda | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Plot 9, Market St, Kampala, is near Uganda Museum, Kasubi Tombs, Sesse Islands, and Uganda Crafts 2000 Limited.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Kampala

    The other half of the split team..

    A travel blog entry by petergregson on May 28, 2015

    1 comment

    ... went to was Islamic and it was a difficult visit as the school is not well resourced. They met 3 of the 4 children whose mother had died of breast cancer which had been diagnosed during the medical mission in January. Some of these children are now living with their aunt. They then went to another school where they met an 18 year old who wants to be a lawyer and a 17 year old wanting to ...

    Watoto Church

    A travel blog entry by ambrosetravel on May 10, 2015

    1 photo

    ... and practice was obvious, parts of Ugandan culture was recognized and respected. The service was in English, the national language of Uganda.

    While we weren’t quite used to the level of hired security surrounding the church, it was interesting to watch the fusion of Western church culture and African church culture – two entities that are usually starkly different. The church we visited last week was an accurate representation of a Sunday morning ...

    Day 1 - off with a bang!

    A travel blog entry by weightmans on May 03, 2015

    7 comments, 29 photos

    ... are usually a wooden shack outside someone's home, selling anything from fruit, sodas, rice, beans, mobile SIM cards, to chicken in a bag....yes, that would be a live chicken in a paper bag you can just walk away with! Children run out from every corner just to wave at us as we pass through. It was a lovely day. When we got to the top of the village to meet our driver, Jill spotted Jajja, our crafts lady with her granddaughter Livius. She was in a terrible ...

    Learning from Mulago

    A travel blog entry by palmtreez87 on Feb 06, 2015

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... PMI (point of maximal impulse) is displaced, measuring jugular venous distension, feeling for collapsible pulses, and looking for pallor or central cyanosis. I am also seeing many conditions that are uncommon in Vermont (like acute rheumatic heart disease, endomyocardial fibrosis, malaria, cerebral malaria, and tuberculosis) and am getting to compare the approach to illnesses like bronchiolitis, pneumonia, epilepsy, and congestive heart failure that are seen ...

    Coffee and Gorilla Tracking: From Kenya to Uganda

    A travel blog entry by sharonandjim on Nov 08, 2014

    5 comments, 63 photos

    ... trip to Nairobi, with a relatively straight forward border crossing, but once again it took far longer and we had another window opening situation. We barely had the window open this time, and the locals kept asking us to close it. I mean, it was no more than a centimeter! They were making a big deal out of it, and were changing seats and putting on shawls. Well, we were hot and we needed some air!! These buses are hot, particularly when you are on the sunny side, and they are ...