Heritage Lodge

Kabale, Kampala, +256, Uganda | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Kampala

The Dusty Road

A travel blog entry by andrewwardell

... young
people with the training they need to lead others. He (along with Andrew)
is also fundraising for sound equipment which they can train young guys in
using, so they can hire out both equipment and 'technicians' in order to
give them some vocation & income source.

And that's just a
small sample! And perhaps I've been biased
or just plain lucky in who I am meeting here, but so far I've failed ...

Dead wildebeest in Masai Mara, traffic in Kampala

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... three to a room, but turns out to be a cottage with three rooms, Pat and Bertha in one, us in another, with common lounge and kitchen, and individual bathrooms. In a variation of the mosquito net theme, we have two separate beds and a large net right around the two beds, which works pretty well. We’re pleasantly surprised how nice the whole place is, but once again we don’t have time to enjoy it, as it’s already dark when we arrive, and we will be ...

Volunteering In Uganda

A travel blog entry by ejae


... the UVP office to collect my luggage and travel to meet my host family.

My host family is wonderful, and I knew it from the very first day. My family are made up of host-mummy Doreen, father Joseph, sisters Joanne (22), Julie (19) and brother Wassua (18), there are also 3 other siblings that do not live at the family home, Andrew, Jean who lives in Malaysia and Jackie that lives in the States. My host father was visiting Jackie in the USA when I arrived but he came home during ...

Heading Home

A travel blog entry by simpsontravels

... we put them in the highchairs – literally high chairs without buckles that would not have been secure for them – and taking them in her arms, etc. It's interesting. They really have the notion that the children belong to everyone. This seems to lead them to often be very good at fulfilling their obligations toward the orphans in their extended families, etc., but, as Jennie says, it also has the flip side that the children can be viewed ...

Another Relaxing Day

A travel blog entry by jvbmeow

... 8 bucks and I even had enough leftovers to eat the rest for dinner and be full. I went into Banana Boat, a store that sells African decor and jewellery and ended up buying the most beautiful necklace. It was $25 but it is really the only thing I have bought for myself minus clothing that I needed, so I am very happy with it. I also bought a pencil case made of barkcloth in true Ugandan tradition. Pretty cool for only $4. ...


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