Heritage Lodge

Kabale, Kampala, +256, Uganda | Lodge

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Toys and Play to the Home of Joy

A travel blog entry by lovettn


... had fun walking the streets in areas we would not have gone to on our own. We completed the tour with the climb to the top of the gadaffi mosque minuet at sunset with had a beautiful view of this city. Sunday tomorrow and we have asked the lovely Bonney to drive us to the rhino sanctuary about 100 miles away. We cannot go to the big safari parks as we are here to work, and do not have time, so this will be a good compromise. Up early again ...

Life in Uganda

A travel blog entry by jacandpito


... and support crew. Wherever possible they have employed the locals with their motto being go give a hand up, not a hand out. Too cool. Pito, Katrina and I first visited the school in late May and what they have done is nothing short of remarkable. On the way out we visited the other two school in the area. The first one, government run, had beautiful little children who were all so excited to see us muzungos, lining up in straight lines to greet us like we were ...

Day 6 - Swimming pool, chickens and chips....

A travel blog entry by weightmans


... her flip flops into the pool for Lorna to fetch. No sooner did Lorna hand them to her, she threw them back in! She did this several times much to Lorna's annoyance! While everyone was at the pool, Hayley took one of the girls from the community (Esther) who we know very well to hospital. She has been in much pain for over 12 months now. She took her to the same hospital as Anna-Grace, as this has proven to be very reputable. Poor Esther has been given ...

Day 1: No Power, No Problem

A travel blog entry by thomas.a.ng


... YouTube so I'll post a link here once I get it.

Once we were in groups, we spent some time talking about scrum methodology at a high-level, in order to explain how this is fits into UX design. After that, we discussed personas and gave the teams a chance to create personas for their own projects.

At this point, we broke for lunch. I decided to take this time to try and exchange my US currency for Ugandan Shillings. I ...

The Birds and the Babies

A travel blog entry by andrewwardell


... and the presentation of symbolic gifts (soap, parafin, sugar
and such, representing the basics the family invested in their daughter as they
raised her… the bride price of cows will be paid later, having been discussed,
quietly I think, on this occasion… about 5 cows I think). We have a spectacular lunch, which we had to
compliment profusely (not hard!) given that the bride's worth is ...


This lodge, located on Kabale, Kampala, is near Uganda Museum, Kasubi Tombs, Sesse Islands, and Uganda Crafts 2000 Limited.
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