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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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Tourist Hotel Kampala

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Kampala

    Day 14 - 15 - 16

    A travel blog entry by blanche.lea on Oct 14, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... 3 more security checks in the airport. Our last night supper here was a *******e for me personally. You always want to go “home” but here you feel something I can’t describe. I have heard from people that once you come here you will always yearn to return and you leave a piece of your heart behind. I have had the pleasure of knowing Randy and Judy for years now but this was my opportunity to meet Prossie who I will now ...

    Blog 1 - Settling into Uganda as our new home

    A travel blog entry by iainrach on Sep 26, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... and make a surprising amount of noise for such small people. We've now become experts at nappies and bath time.

    Rach has been spending her days working with Hospice Africa Uganda, based in Makindye. They're an NGO, set up in the 1990s and they provide free palliative care to anyone who needs it in the Kampala area. They don't have any inpatients but they do have a drop-in clinic on a dally basis and they run home visits for ...

    White people in a big white bus

    A travel blog entry by amakela on Aug 21, 2014

    6 photos

    ... then drove up the mountain. We trekked up to 2100 m into the forest to find a family of 26 mountain gorillas. There were 2 silverbacks and a bunch of babies. This hike was so intense, we had guards in front and behind us with AK-47s. We had to machete our way through the forest, going down cliff sides, climbing up extreme hills - one of the most physically exhausting things I've done. There was so much slipping and delirious giggling at people falling by the end. Usually people are ...

    Rhinos up close

    A travel blog entry by lovettn on Jun 15, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... and powerful they were After the safari was completed it was time for lunch. There was a coffee shop at reception, but was asked if we could eat a meal at the hotel. We were given directions as again it was down a bumpy dirt track but when we found it, it was like a little piece of paradise. They were roasting pork and invited us to stay for lunch and use the facilities. There were no other guests apparent in the beautiful lodges so we had the hammocks and swimming pool ...

    On the ground in Africa

    A travel blog entry by gautierhome on Jun 12, 2014

    ... whole party, and those would arrive later. Each of us carried the maximum allowable for humanitarian purposes--one carry on plus a backpack, and three checked bags each 50 lbs or less, two of which were filled with items to donate. Fr Izzy will be our guide. Several of his nephews showed up to pack all those bags in the back of a truck and get us to our hostel, which was located next to the ...