University Inn

Plot 9 Kabale Road, Mbarara, Uganda | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Mbarara

Gorillas!

A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Jul 16, 2014

7 photos

... I didn't count, the tracker did!) and they were so close- at one point one brushed my pants on his way past! Then at another point a big male was walking right towards me and I had no way to get out of his way so the tracker and I literally had to suck in our breaths and lean backward into a tree to get out of his way! There was also a baby that climbed on his mum's head and tumbled off- it was gorgeous, Jen got it on video on her phone so if we ...

Travelling to Lake Mburo.

A travel blog entry by madonthemove on Apr 09, 2014

3 comments, 52 photos

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All homes are made with either mud bricks or sticks and mud. If a family can afford it, they purchase bricks that have been pressed into a block by a local brick maker. They are still very wet and must be dried by the family. They are stacked in such a manor that, in openings in the bottom, a fire can be lit. This ...

Uganda

A travel blog entry by richardmarsden on Mar 19, 2014

11 photos

... to another campsite at Lake Mburu , only ones on the site, did a walking safari in the afternoon with a great ranger called Doreen . Walked amongst Buffalo , zebra, impala , wart hogs. Sat around the campsite and had tea, surrounded by a huge herd of impala actually on the site . Woke up at 4 am with water coming in the tent ! Sudden thunder storm ! Early wet start and heading now for Jinja , the source of the Nile ! Crossed the equator en route . ...

Traveling. In Uganda. With a baby.

A travel blog entry by andrewwardell on Jan 18, 2014

... they filmed here, the roads in the western region are actually quite nice. Like, New Zealand nice even. The roads were still pretty chaotic on the return trip, it's just that the smoothness meant everybody could still keep moving. And we did, right into Kampala and into Rubaga. In fact we were about 10km from home when we hit our first and only traffic jam. And we were stuck in it for an hour. There are not a lot of things that are quite so infuriating as being stuck ...

Farewell Rwanda

A travel blog entry by sarah85 on Dec 18, 2013

5 photos

... glimpse but he spooked and wandered into deeper scrub. I caught sight of him as he disappeared- so amazing to see one in the wild. Also means that I've now seen "The Big Five"! We arrived at camp shortly afterwards. It's such a beautiful setting! We're camped next to the lake which is full of hippos, and there are warthogs and monkeys running around our tents. Some daft folk left their food out so the ...

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