University Inn

Address: Plot 9 Kabale Road, Mbarara, Uganda | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Plot 9 Kabale Road, Mbarara.
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Travel Blogs from Mbarara

Horsing around

A travel blog entry by familyhall on Dec 14, 2014

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... regular sized mountain horses and Isabel on an Ethiopian pony, (as the other regular sized horses had been sick) Or should I say dwarf pony. Stirrups barely off the floor, Issy was less than impressed, especially by the pace of this tiny creature. But it was sure footed and mostly did as it was told. When we trotted Issy got to gallop.... After four hours of beautiful terrain tracking all kinds of animals and brightly coloured birds we reached our fly camp for ...

Hippo camp

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Aug 09, 2014

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... girls were especially keen to finally have a shower, so we were looking forward to getting our campsite. We arrived at our campsite, The Hippo Camp just as it was getting dark. We strategically placed our tents as Hippos have been known to wander through the camp (hence the name), then it was time for a cold shower, once the wye went down! This large number of people now on our tour is not going down ...

Kalinzu Forest

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Aug 08, 2014

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... on the equator. Good stop, good chance to stretch our legs. The next stop on our way to the forest was at a supermarket to grab lunch for the next 3 days. This was the most stressful of our many supermarket visits so far. We were only given 40mins for 28 of us to use the loo and try to get our supplies. This day was slowly grating at us. At around 5pm we finally arrived at our basic campsite in Kalinzu Forest. ...

2 pregnancies, 3 marriage proposals and some hens

A travel blog entry by awesomefoursome on Jul 16, 2014

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I would like to begin by apologising for the lateness of this final blog post. I can only blame it on the fact that I am extremely daunted by the prospect of writing it...not only is it the final entry and a fond farewell to you faithful readers, it also requires me to sum up a whole month and a whole country without sending you to sleep. Sitting in my garden in New Malden, the last month in Uganda feels like a distant dream...but I will try my best... We arrived in ...

Gorillas!

A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Jul 16, 2014

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... tour guide, Elijah, wanted to go yesterday, so he organised for is to go see the Susa family group. This is the biggest group (39 gorillas) and the most sought-after so it was a real bonus. It turns out then there was a stuff up with elijah's permit so he didn't end up being able to go- he was spewing!! The Susa group are the highest up and hardest to get to- some other groups walked for only an hour for an easy hike, we had two and a half hours ...