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jmagill01 posted Buy viagara type drugs over the counter? on the Uganda forum on November 23, 2014:
Can I buy viagara type drugs over the counter in Kampala? Jerry
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shanavaz replied to the thread Cell Phone on the Uganda forum:
evanpetty initially posted:
I'm moving to Kampala in January and I'm wondering what the best way is to handle my cell phone situation. I have read about the popularity of phones in Africa. All I hope to have with a cell phone is a device that can communicate locally and be used to occasionally call (or text) the United States. If I could bring the phone into the US and use it there while I'm back for extended breaks, that's a bonus. Does anyone have some good advice for what I should think about doing? I'm pretty technologically inept so it all helps! Thanks very much...
shanavaz replied on November 22, 2014 with:
You get lot of unlocked phones from US and UK at 50% price. SIM card is very cheap. But local calls expensive. When you go you can take back the phone and use there.
Francismug replied on November 07, 2014 with:
go ahead and bring any unlocked iPhone and it should work perfectly in Uganda and USA, what you will do when you get to Uganda is just get a simcard chip and thats all.
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shanavaz replied to the thread accommodatio on the Uganda forum:
Robinah initially posted:
l need a fully furnished house in Uganda from 1st December up to the 2nd of Jan 2015. it should be in the areas of kampala, Buziga, zana, seguku, Bukasa muyenga.
shanavaz replied on November 22, 2014 with:
We have furnished apartments in main Kampala market area for $ 660. Nasser Road behind Uganda House. In the new buildings near Taxi Park unfurnished 2BHK about $ 600 (ugx 1.2 million). Executive accommodation in Kamokya near accasia mall at $ 2400 airconditioned and fully furnished.
shanavaz replied on November 22, 2014 with:
We have furnished apartments in main Kampala market area for $ 660. Nasser Road behind Uganda House. In the new buildings near Taxi Park unfurnished 2BHK about $ 600 (ugx 1.2 million). Executive accommodation in Kamokya near accasia mall at $ 2400 airconditioned and fully furnished.
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A stacked away luxurious apartment near the shores of Lake Victoria with various amenities such as pool, gym, good access roads and 24 hour security. Serene neighborhood and easily accessible to the city. A must see beautiful apartment. This neighborhood is very well liked by expats in Uganda. Notable features: The fresh and stylish interior offers bright, sunny windows, wood floors, and an excellent floor-plan for entertaining and daily life. It includes; - 3 spacious bedrooms all equipped with en suite ( self contained ) - 3 full bathrooms in each of the bedrooms; with modern, bath, shower & fixtures - Spacious kitchen - Dining area - Living room - 1 half bath ( powder room for your guests ) - 1 extra bedroom for the nanny/ house help - 1 small bathroom (with shower & toilet) for the nanny. - Large balcony great for entertaining - Modern light fixtures if interested, please inbox me for pictures and any additional questions. Tina
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hjro replied to the thread Camera for sale on the Uganda forum:
ResyQ initially posted:
For sell in Kampala: Camera in excellent condition. It needs to be sold because of a cashflow issue... Only 200.000 UGX. Please let me know if interested.
hjro replied most recently with:
Which camera?
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Spread the word and share with your friends! The Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI) is holding a fundraiser ball on Saturday 6th December at Emin Pasha. Our theme is "a touch of red" to coincide with World AIDS Day and dress is formal. Tickets 125,000/- includes dinner and drinks to 10pm, then pay at the bar till midnight With the spectacular Emin Pasha Hotel providing us exclusivity, this is an event not to be missed! With an outstanding silent auction, tombola, live music and a mini casino, there is something for everyone. All proceeds will go towards education resources and support at the Infectious Diseases Institute, which supports over 8,000 patients with HIV in our Mulago centre and around 100,000 in our rural clinics. We look forward to seeing you and your friends at our event. PLease see the attached invite for more information. To purchase tickets for this exclusive Red Ribbon Ball, please contact Brenda Mitchell on 0772224085 or email or
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roljaer replied to the thread Shipping possessions, then getting them on the Uganda forum:
Menjohn initially posted:
Has anyone had trouble shipping personal items into Uganda? I shipped 2 groups of boxes, one arriving in Aug and the other in Sept. I still cannot get them. Should I have them shipped back to the states to my daughters' and forget it or where can I go to get them released? It is all old things I had at the old house...I mean really, I bought the pots and pans in 1974... Anyone else had trouble? I filled out an EIN form and here a TIN form....Any information will be great. I just didn't want to have to replace things I already had...but it looks like I will have to... Thank you for your help.
roljaer replied most recently with:
Do that..go to bollore uganda nothing can ever be done on me yul figure out a solution..but am stilll confused about your shipping method..bse I know once yu ship an item there must be a bill of lading showin where and what time your items will arrive at a certain point of pickup. Or if you use usps or dhl still you know wea ur item is at a certain time and atleast they r accountable. cheers
Menjohn replied most recently with:
Bollare keeps wanting receipts for the things, but some are 40 years old, also family photos and old books, research papers, etc. I have a TIN and filled out EIN forms on both shipments. I am not sure where the boxes are...they have never told me any real useful information, other than saying they were in Kenya, then headed for the border, then that they are here in Kampala ...somewhere. Now the latest email is that I am supposed to go to their office, and bring what ever I have (that I have sent them 3 times) plus the passport, which is currently at Immigration for the work permit. I should have just donated it all to goodwill/salvation army...haha. Thanks for the response.
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ResyQ posted Pizza Boxes on the Uganda forum:
Does anyone knows where to buy pizza boxes (unprinted) in Kampala? Thanks!
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maureenbn replied to the thread Looking for a House/Apt to rent (Gulu) on the Uganda forum:
wlathrop initially posted:
My wife and I are moving to Gulu in February of 2015. We are looking for a house or apartment with good security in Gulu, Uganda. It would be good to be close to an expat community (if one exists).
maureenbn replied most recently with:
Also try and reach Merce on +256712557874 she has a couple of houses
Fannysara replied most recently with:
Hello! Just read a post about a house in Gulu...jump to this address and check messages of the 13th October. Hope it will help. Regards! Fanny *HOUSE FOR RENT IN GULU - SENIOR QUARTERS** My compound-mates have left Gulu & their great house is up for grabs. I live in the other house on the compound & am hoping to find some new neighbours to move in & take over! The house is 3 bed/2 bath with fully equipped kitchen, western-style bathrooms, a very big living & dining room, porch, plants/herbs/garden, hot water heaters & gorgeous compound (lots of trees) shared with 1 other house (mine!). Generator, water tanks (I've never run out of water in 15 months of living there), guards, and gardener are already existent/installed. The cleaner Helen is lovely & would like to stay working at the house if possible. They wrote that their rent is $850 USD a month, but knowing that I am paying less than that for a bigger house, it's possible the landlord is open to a bit of negotiation. Please call or write an email if interested. The house is located near Dove's Nest Guesthouse on the same road as Larem Guesthouse & Save the Children. Thanks, Lauren 0793987949 /
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