The Haven

Address: PO Box 1713, Jinja, Uganda | Lodge
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This lodge, located on PO Box 1713, Jinja, is near Buggala Island, Bujagali Falls, Lake Mutanda, and Mount Sabinyo.
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    Travel Blogs from Jinja

    Kabala to Jinja

    A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Sep 11, 2015

    5 comments, 45 photos

    ... never moved, Chris carried on the
    tirade at Martin and in my eyes, it was very threatening towards Martin, he
    aint a big bloke and in my mind what he said was quite reasonable

    Meanwhile, Jill had gone outside and was slagging everyone off, saying we were the worst people she has ever travelled with, she wanted off the truck, she didn’t see why she should do all this cooking and getting stuff off the truck and putting up tents

    Then she stomped off in ...

    White Water Rafting

    A travel blog entry by edddadams on Aug 10, 2015

    3 photos

    ... us out several meters later. The locals now clutching their stomachs as they chuckled at the witless wazungus. Continuing down 6 more rapids, I managed to stay on for just 2 of them. Exhausted by the end. We clambered back onto the yellow and red truck that once again threw us around, as if we were on a motion simulator experiencing the rapids all over again. Back at the campsite. Shaken within an inch of becoming a milkshake. We watched the sunset over the Great ...

    About done livin' the rural African dream

    A travel blog entry by algengler on Aug 04, 2015

    6 photos

    ... yards and consist of wooden boxes, ash, loose dirt, and an insulated fire. The men melt down pieces of aluminum from motor bikes or cars and pour them into a mold to create the pans. They take an already made sauce pan and fill it with dirt. They then flip it over like a sand castle and cover it with ash. They put the pan back on the dirt and put a wooden box over it. The box is then filled with dirt and the sauce pan is buried. They flip over the box ...

    The life of a mezungu

    A travel blog entry by algengler on Jul 26, 2015

    6 photos

    ... did immunizations for smaller children. Even though 2 out of the 5 of us were sick with malaria I still believe health day was a success and we are happy that the village was receptive to it!! Our plan- We have a family planning event scheduled for Tuesday and we have many women excited for that! We also will be going into the schools to teach hand washing and set up tippy taps with the students! Should be a great week! We have tentatively set a date for moving out the 13th of ...

    Livening things up a bit

    A travel blog entry by algengler on Jul 12, 2015

    5 photos

    Fair warning... I type these on a little iPad mini so expect a lot of errors! Oops! Auto correct obviously doesn't always work in my favor! It's been a busy week here in Uganda! We worked all week in Kitukiro and now a few of us interns have made our way east to the city of Jinja! Blessed with the BEST- I'll never understand why God decided to call home my sweet sassy friend at such a young age. One of the toughest obstacles in my life is understanding why things happen the ...