Entebbe Flight Motel

Plot 20 Queens Road, Entebbe, Uganda | Motel

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Theatre, but not as I know it.

A travel blog entry by lovettn


... I hadn't taught Jennifer resus yesterday as she was not here, so I was happy to go and take the baby at theatre with her. They would have happily left me on my own, and I had to be a little assertive that I was not comfortable with this and needed a Ugandan midwife with me. Theatre was a revelation. It was sparse, but very clean and tidy. The theatre team consisted of a doctor, a nurse and a scrub nurse/ assistant. The surgeon turned out to be ...

Uganda, here we come..

A travel blog entry by jacandpito


... Even at roadworks he ruled the roost. A red flag indicating to stop and wait meant nothing to The King, he just continued through until the truck or grader backed back and let him past. We weren't sure if this was 'normal' in Uganda but the heap of workers yelling at us indicated otherwise. As we got closer to our destination he only went faster and harder, including going past the hundreds of pilgrims walking towards Kampala for Martyr's Day and children on the side of ...

Day 1 - Church, Isaac's House and football

A travel blog entry by weightmans


... into child soldiers. One of which was Anna-Grace....but fortunately for her, the Ugandan Army rescued her, however she was wounded in a cross fire. She still has a scar from where the bullet grazed her. When she moved into the Isaac's House orphanage, they put her on a hairdressing course, and the charity have now provided her with her own hair salon in the village. The shop is a small shack with one room, Anna-Grace sleeps in the back each ...

Day 2- Babies, bracelets and other business

A travel blog entry by weightmans


Hi all - Louise reporting in on our second day. It's been busy! After a civilised breakfast on the terrace we set to work sorting out all of the baby clothes, care packages and community clothes you donated. After all that effort we squeezed in a spot of souvenir shopping in Entebbe. The craft stalls sell a variety of hand crafted items! The group couldn't resist on spending a small fortune here, and come away with everything from kitchen ...

Yes I want to see a shoebill stork!

A travel blog entry by saminkaz


... to the town. We arrived back at an area next to the local market and I went for a quick walk around. It was amazing to see the difference between world markets and of course the people that see the produce in these places. The vibrancy was paramount but the smell and lack of hygiene and refrigeration would blow most people away. The western market is so “perfect” compared to African markets which showcases great diversity compared to the generic produce offered to us ...


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