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

Day 7: Day All Around Tour

A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Feb 13, 2015

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... looking birds and I got to photograph a few of them. We got off the canoe and hiked up a mountain, occasionally stopping to say hello to the locals and to take photos. We watched some kids play football before we continued hiking up the mountain. Once we got about half way we went into the 'bar' and our guide Fred told us the process of making the banana gin and the porridge. We tasted both. The banana gin was incredibly strong and burnt all the way down. It's used to ...

Day 6: Tracking the Gorillas

A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Feb 12, 2015

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... The group I was in included Gerry, Cathy, Xyo, Oliver, Asher and Yana and we were driven to the top of Heaven pHill (about 45mins drive up hill) to start our trek. On the way up, the car was struggling quite a bit and Oliver, Asher and our guide had to get out of the van and push it up the steep parts. We began our trek at 9:45am and it was incredibly steep. I was breathless pretty much straight away from the altitude and was glad I got a porter to carry my backpack and my SRL camera ...

Day 5: Kalinzu Forest Reserve - Lake Bunyonyi

A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Feb 11, 2015

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... of light in the rainforest so the first half an hour was hard trekking in the dark. We saw a red tailed monkey and at 7:30am we heard and briefly saw 2 chimpanzees. We then trekked trying to track them for the next hour and a bit. The rainforest was quite dense and Robert had to clear paths for us with his knife. It was very similar to the Borneo jungle. When we caught up to the other group they had found a family group of chimpanzees up in ...

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 ...

Lake Mburo

A travel blog entry by dzasta on Aug 29, 2014

5 comments, 21 photos

... breakfast and we have to be packed up and tents down before then. Morning safari walk this morning was almost a waste of time. The fog was so thick it was pretty hard to see anything. We had to wait till the buffalo were out of sight before we could go past. The fog started to lift about 10min before the end of the walk.
Off to Jinja tonight for 2 nights and a definite upgrade, one way or another. ...