The Haven

Address: PO Box 1713, Jinja, Uganda | Lodge
 
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Location

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

      Day 10: Activity Filled Day

      A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Feb 16, 2015

      ... and go back to the dock to get her. It was a 10minute ride across the Nile where we got out of the boat and had to walk up a steep hill which was extremely muddy due to the rain (the girl helped me up the hill as my shoes didn't have good grip to get to the horse ranch. We were greeted by the owner who welcomed us, got us fitted with helmets, got us to the sign papers and then lay before setting us up on a horse each. My horse was named Mississippi Moonshine and he was a big ...

      Day 9: Kampala - Jinja

      A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Feb 15, 2015

      ... gate and buying a Chipati (crepe filled with Nutella, peanut butter and banana) for 2000 shillings (under $1 Aus). Whilst we are the most delicious creation of African food, we got together everything we'd need for our bird watching cruise then went and sat with the rest of the group at the bar. The activity organiser came over and told us due to the cold weather and the rain it would be best for us to postpone our cruise until tomorrow as all the birds ...

      A Harsh Reality

      A travel blog entry by palmtreez87 on Feb 11, 2015

      6 photos

      ... last, and give the same thing. Or, sometimes caretakers are expected to administer medication at scheduled times because there are so few nurses, so nothing gets documented in the chart.

      There are days when no blood pressure cuffs (or only adult cuffs are available) can be found, or no pulse oximeters, or no thermometers. Last week there was no anti-malarial medication at the hospital, and no ceftriaxone so families had to go ...

      UEA Part 3- There's a Chipati in my Pants

      A travel blog entry by peteandal on Jan 16, 2015

      9 photos

      ... but there were about 50 people around us so what was Pete going to do? Give them all money? Some children do come over to you and say "hello, how are you? Give me money!" but they don't mean it rudely it's just one of those things. It was a nice little trip out just a bit awkward at times. Although I did see two eagles quite close up which was awesome!

      Day 9- Lake Bunyoni to Kampala

      The next morning we had to leave our paradise camp site and ...

      Relax day?

      A travel blog entry by tarae.griffin on Jan 03, 2015

      26 photos

      ... the horizon...ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL...I took it all in (sorry no photo) and it was the only exciting distraction for my horrible stomach. At the equator I took a ton of photos, one really shows how I was feeling. Within 15 minutes I was done (although I really had to walk 600 meters to actually walk across the real equator crossing...funny). Right before complete darkness I waved down a taxi (a van obviously packed, I shared a piece of the seat happily...ha ha....). Day complete ...