When I fly out of Entebbe, I make a point of sleeping in Entebbe the night before, in order to avoid the horrible traffic jams on Entebbe Road. My usual hotel was not available. I found Malakai Eco lodge, which had good reviews and looked intriguing.
As we followed the signs for the Lodge off of Entebbe Road, my friends and I grew increasingly alarmed. The "road" was a narrow dirt trail that wound through small African houses. When we finally arrived, however, we found a large compound and a tropical wonderland. We were thoroughly enchanted and wished we had arrived earlier in the day so we could enjoy it more (our flight was early in the morning.)
After supper, we all retired early and discovered the place's drawback - an unbelievably loud cacophony of frogs. I was in a treehouse, and got a double dose - the pond frogs and the tree frogs. I was in the tree with them. I had to wear my sound-attenuating headphones to get to sleep.They stop around midnight, fortunately.