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  1. #930

    Speke not worth it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfy81  [View Original Post]
    Think I got lucky with the JBK, the room I got is really quiet, although even though it has air con and a fan it does not seem to do much and the room could do with a bit of work.
    Is there a reason why you haven't told them to either fix it or change your room?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfy81  [View Original Post]
    Would love to stay at the speke hotel, have eaten there a few times. The food is excellent and the staff are really good, just not sure if I want to pay the premium.
    I stayed at the Speke for the first 3 nights I was in KLA (many years ago of course). Pretty basic accommodations for $140 in my view and I shifted to the JBK for the duration of my trip. For $100 less a night, the JBK is more than acceptable. I did, and still do hang out at the Speke occasionally when I'm staying in town, but I'd never stay there again. Not even on an expense acct.

  2. #929

    Thanks Jiggdus

    Think I got lucky with the JBK, the room I got is really quiet, although even though it has air con and a fan it does not seem to do much and the room could do with a bit of work, it's a pretty good hotel. Would love to stay at the speke hotel, have eaten there a few times. The food is excellent and the staff are really good, just not sure if I want to pay the premium.

    I got a balcony room also and it was not just the hotel music, there seemed to be some construction going on as well.

    Having a really good time here, meet a few woman from afro, and so far bar one they all looked like there photos. One I even offered some cab fare but she turned me down. Will write a proper trip report and hopefully throw in a few photos when I get back.

  3. #928
    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfy81  [View Original Post]
    Sorry I missed you last night, I got to the airport yesterday morning and one of the woman from Afro turned up. Was shocked at first, but she gave me a lift to my hotel and ended up spending the night.

    I have never been to Bubbles I am only going by what other BM have said about the place.

    Although I like to be proven wrong about such places, I read that's its most hardcore working girls which is not my thing.

    Staying at the Hotel inter tropics at the moment, but I 'am changing tomorrow to the JBK. I found the staff friendly and the rooms look newly built, but there is no AC and no fans, no safety deposit box and it's very noisey.

    Hope to catch up with you for a drink sometime.
    You may be a bit disappointed with JBK as it is much noiser in that section than where Hotel Inter Tropics is located. It is true that on the weekends, the bar downstairs plays music into the night, but during the weekday, it is very quiet. I happened to have a room that had a balcony, so I was able to open my side window and get a nice breeze. I exercised the entire time while in Kampala and the only times I found the room to be hot was when I had just returned from my runs and within an hour of workout completion. Otherwise, lack of A / C or fan did not pose a problem, though I realize some people go into overheat mode without those amenities. I think Holiday Express was a bit more quiet than JBK, but if you want real quiet and close location to Rock Garden, Speke Hotel is the place you should seek out. Otherwise, it is $200 plus per night at Sheraton or Serena. If you want to be right near the action in Kabalagala, there are a few places there that would fit the bill.

  4. #927

    Jamie69

    Sorry I missed you last night, I got to the airport yesterday morning and one of the woman from Afro turned up. Was shocked at first, but she gave me a lift to my hotel and ended up spending the night.

    I have never been to Bubbles I am only going by what other BM have said about the place.

    Although I like to be proven wrong about such places, I read that's its most hardcore working girls which is not my thing.

    Staying at the Hotel inter tropics at the moment, but I 'am changing tomorrow to the JBK. I found the staff friendly and the rooms look newly built, but there is no AC and no fans, no safety deposit box and it's very noisey.

    Hope to catch up with you for a drink sometime.

  5. #926
    Quote Originally Posted by Coalburner69  [View Original Post]
    These pics represent a typical weekend night at Bubbles. Note the [CodeWord140] poor M:F ratio .
    Pic is worth a thousand words; for the unitiated (moi) looks like a fine place to take a date, but not to be treated like king of kampala. Thanks for posting Coal B

  6. #925

    Massage

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie69  [View Original Post]
    Will be there from 17th staying at Speke.
    Hi, I will be in kampala next week for the next 2 weeks working on a donor project. There will be alot of routine travel into the field. Where would be the best place to get a massage in Kampala with all the extras.

  7. #924

    Bubbles

    These pics represent a typical weekend night at Bubbles. Note the [CodeWord140] poor M:F ratio (even worse inside) and who you'll be competing against for the very little female attention available.

    For those who really know Kampala, this place isn't even in the discussion.
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  8. #923
    Quote Originally Posted by Coalburner69  [View Original Post]
    I second this opinion. Presumably, you came all the way to Uganda to escape places like Bubbles.
    Each to their own. We have obviously had very different experiences there. I enjoy the mixed crowd and went home with my two top looking women. Thats why I will go again.

  9. #922

    Were 2 go

    I don't mind having a drink in these places, but I don't think it will be place to pick up any one. Have got about 30-40 numbers off afro.

    Also got a list off other place to pick up such as, capital pub.

    Club Amensia, club silk, Ange Noir, mystic, Panerma, mami club.

    Read it can be a bit more difficult to pick up non pros you meet in Kampala than it can be other places in Africa such as Mombasa.

  10. #921
    Quote Originally Posted by Ugandakid  [View Original Post]
    Unless a load of South African males is your thing I would miss out on Bubbles. It's the last place I would go to in Kampala!
    I second this opinion. Presumably, you came all the way to Uganda to escape places like Bubbles.

  11. #920

    Were to go

    Were would you recommend for a Friday / Saturday night in Kampala.

  12. #919
    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfy81  [View Original Post]
    Arrive at 09.10, so have plenty off time to get to Bubbles, or Cayenne.
    Ok sounds good, but can't pm you.

  13. #918

    Bubbles?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfy81  [View Original Post]
    Arrive at 09.10, so have plenty off time to get to Bubbles, or Cayenne.
    Unless a load of South African males is your thing I would miss out on Bubbles. It's the last place I would go to in Kampala!

  14. #917

    Early

    Arrive at 09.10, so have plenty off time to get to Bubbles, or Cayenne.

  15. #916
    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfy81  [View Original Post]
    Good question, not sure of that myself.

    Also is the airport a good place to change money like Mombasa, or should this be done elsewhere.
    I just use the cashpoint at the airport last time. What time do you arrive Friday? I am planning on Bubbles or Cayenne Friday and Saturday.

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