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  • Our Uganda adventure (Day 6)Today is the day!! Our whole trip revolved around this one adventure! We woke early headed to breakfast, which was the basic fruit with some toast. They gave us our packed lunches which were huge!! They contained half Posted by amccarrick in Seizing the day! | Mar 22, 2019
  • Our Uganda adventure (Day 5)After a great sleep with the door open all night, we packed up everything and headed to breakfast. I had told Wesley I didn't like eggs (which was pretty much the only thing on the breakfast menu other than fruit...) Posted by amccarrick in Seizing the day! | Mar 16, 2019
  • Road to NowhereI was amazed to see the road between the swankiest hotel in Arua, Golden Courts (which is supposedly owned by Idi Amin’s remaining family!) that runs towards the President’s Arua residence, being re-surfaced for the 3rd time last year. It Posted by africraigs in africraigs | Mar 12, 2019
  • Our Uganda adventure (Day 4)Oh boy did this day start off crazy..... We wore our long sleeves, with hiking pants and hiking boots - all treated with insect repellent, (we were So prepared and yet we barely saw any insects!!) We set Posted by amccarrick in Seizing the day! | Mar 5, 2019
  • Our Uganda adventure (Day 3)We woke early for breakfast at 6:30 am to find the whole place dark and empty.... The lady at the front desk had not conveyed to the kitchen staff that we were leaving at 7 am and needed breakfast Posted by amccarrick in Seizing the day! | Feb 27, 2019
  • Our Uganda adventure (Day 1 & 2)Saturday Feb 2nd - JFK to Doha on Qatar airlines (13 hours). We decided this was a once in a lifetime trip, so we treated ourselves to the Business Class Q suite, which is basically a double bedroom Posted by amccarrick in Seizing the day! | Feb 25, 2019
  • Bussin' it to Uganda (written by Karen) Before our bus departed on the 10-hour trip from Kigali to Kampala, Uganda, a man asked for everyone's attention and delivered a prayer. It must've worked because we made it there and back safely, unlike [[ Posted by karenanddennis in Roaming Rwanda | Feb 17, 2019
  • UGANDA [img= Posted by MikeSebastian in Imagine the World | Feb 1, 2019
  • Day 37, KampalaAs expected, a very lazy morning in our rooms. We packed up and wandered town for a good greasy breakfast, encountering the city square and nice part of the city that could have been mistaken for any capital city. Posted by shaneo15 in Africa | Jan 3, 2019
  • Day 36, Myewa - KampalaLeft the Scots behind and departed early for our game drive. Disappointing views in the cramped jeep - hyenas provided only excitement, no lions! More uncomfortable travelling matutas before reaching Kampala - 2.30 pm. Read, ate banana Posted by shaneo15 in Africa | Jan 3, 2019
  • Day 35, Queen Elizabeth National Park (Myewa)Spoilt ourselves with an all-you-can-eat breakfast at the lodge for $6. Got our money's worth. Discussed plans and decided to stay for a game drive tomorrow. Lots of organising to do. Relaxed at our lodge or Posted by shaneo15 in Africa | Jan 2, 2019
  • Day 34, Queen Elizabeth National Park (Myewa)An early rise for a game drive, which involved two circuits led by our guide, Jane. The game was sparse and irregular but it was an exciting trip spotting different varieties. We saw topi, kob, elephants, one leopard, Posted by shaneo15 in Africa | Jan 2, 2019
  • Day 33, Buhoma - IshashaFortunately, Kirky got away on the trek to H group. So we began to formulate our plans over a long breakfast down the road - omelette, chapatti, banana. We changed our plans from Ssese Islands to Queen Elizabeth Posted by shaneo15 in Africa | Dec 27, 2018
  • Day 32, BuhomaAnother plan change as Cooch, Marty and Jas unexpectedly got away on the gorilla trek. Me and Kirky relaxed around the camp area. Angela set off for her flight home and I completed any washing chores. We Posted by shaneo15 in Africa | Dec 27, 2018
  • Day 31, BuhomaSpectacular! Woke to win a coin toss to take me to the gorillas. It was a second hand permit for USh260 k. Worth every cent. It was a slow walk up and over the hill with Posted by shaneo15 in Africa | Dec 27, 2018
  • Day 30, BuhomaNo presents this year! But a brilliant and alternative Christmas. A lazy morning with chapattis for brekkie. Played some ball, yacked and had a beer before visiting a local "establishment" for late dinner. Eight of us Posted by shaneo15 in Africa | Dec 27, 2018
  • Day 29, Buhoma (Bwindi)An enjoyable and relaxing day. Pumped up the rugby ball and walked to a nearby rocky football field. Played some touch and soccer with a local named Ben. Tiring stuff at altitude. Wandered back with some Posted by shaneo15 in Africa | Dec 27, 2018
  • Day 28, Kampala -> BuhomaA day's travelling can be enjoyable! Our bus set off - 6.30 am and six hours later we arrived (on schedule!) in Kabale. Time flew while reading a paper, road was good, sore bum bearable. We ate Posted by shaneo15 in Africa | Dec 23, 2018
  • Day 27, KampalaWe slept more than expected, but it was a long night. Our 10.00 am border crossing into Uganda was a formality with no visa required. From there stops were regular for police controls. Our hellish journey ended Posted by shaneo15 in Africa | Dec 21, 2018
  • Light in the Darkness[center][/center] [center][/center] Last week, I was part of a 3-day training in comm Posted by africraigs in africraigs | Dec 7, 2018
  • Uganda==Itinerary== We arrived in Kigali from the Serengeti in Tanzania, after having spent 8 days on safari. We departed for home from Entebbe, Uganda. We spent 11 days in Uganda. Our tour in Uganda Posted by janejoe in Rwanda and Uganda - 2018 | Oct 19, 2018
  • Tiny BeginningsThe Anglican Church of Uganda recently celebrated a big milestone of 100 year anniversary in the West Nile region. 100 years ago, the West Nile region just been returned to British rule after been part of the notorious Belgian Congo Posted by africraigs in africraigs | Aug 27, 2018
  • Kampala[img= Posted by UliS in East Africa 2013 | May 17, 2018
  • Kisoro[img= Posted by UliS in East Africa 2013 | May 17, 2018
  • 7 tips for visiting Bwindi Impenetrable National ParkBy an amazing discoveries from an invitation of the CEO and host of Travel with Darius tv aired on TV1 RWANDA we are going to tell you 7 tips for visiting Bwindi impenetrable National park [img= c Posted by Tuyikunde Gaba in gabaguide | Mar 15, 2018
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