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Head for Galaxy, the VIP section, on the 2nd floor to get away from (some of) the crowds. Indian dishes include tandoori and a scrumptious chicken tikka. ] Other items include burgers, Tilapia, fillet steak, chicken dishes and fish sizzler (skewer).‘Afro favourites’ include goat stew and chicken pilao. Beers cost 4k UGX and tots of UG (Uganda Waragi to the unitiated) at a very drinkable 2k UGX only. They are also a party venue (and do not charge for venue hire).The Still Baghdad Restaurant in Arua does a good beef pilau rice – with enough chunks of beef to satisfy a Kenyan! Everyone had told us we had to check this place out. This popular restaurant is frequented by Indians, UGs, expats, everyone.The Congo is just a short drive from Arua, meaning the town is a great place to hear Congolose musicians perform. (The bar doesn’t serve spirits, just beer and wine from a box). When the band realised we had Kenyans in our crowd, the singers launched into some classic Swahili songs. Vino is the place to hang out, particularly on Friday nights. It’s a late night / all night club, with several bars. Sham the chef’s ‘Cosmo Bites’ include the freshest beef samosas ever.If you don’t have the right money, you won’t have to argue to get your change. Generally expect: April to June – lighter rains; August – cold, day and night; August to October – heavier rains; December to Feb / March – cold mornings, very hot in the day, warm at night.
I was drawn to the northern region of West Nile and Arua town by the lure of a tourism ‘familiarisation’ trip with Inside West Nile. Thanks to Kampala House Harriers (KH3) for finally getting me to Arua – an invitation I most definitely could not ignore! A big thank you to Dolorence Were of USDC Uganda Society for Disabled Children for letting me transfer the Eagle Air ticket (that my friend won in the USDC fundraiser raffle) into my name. I fell in love with Uganda the moment I set foot here.
One day, with an investment in facilities and itineraries, I can imagine tourists visiting the region just to learn more about this period of Uganda’s history.