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Living Waters Bed and Breakfast in Kampala Uganda has the most amazing view ….

Period! One of my favorite memories from the stay at Living Waters is the time I spend on the big porch watching the sun rise over the city of Kampala and the great Lake Victoria.

The family running the hotel was so friendly and caring and as a guest you couldn’t ask for anything else. If I ever get the opportunity I will definitely go there again.

The rooms are spacious well ventilated and well protected from mosquitoes, they have large beds and closests for clothing.

The house itself is great with unique styling, three bathrooms, a large comfortable lounge and even wireless internet connection. But to save the best for last food was amazing.

it was fresh, local and healthy. all in all a great stay and an awesome way to visit Uganda.

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Living Waters Bed and Breakfast Hotel in Kampala City of Uganda

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