My office is located in the heart of the Central Commercial district of Kampala City. It’s surrounded by banks, and, as a matter of fact, we’re right opposite Uganda’s Central Bank. With five-star hotels and five-star restaurants, Kampala is a hive of activity, bringing together hawkers and peddlers selling anything
This is not an easy one but I will give it a try. OK I won’t lie, food is my thing and I miss Ugandan food from the hot matooke that has just been freed from the banana leaves to that rolex with three eggs and two chapattis and to
It's hard to believe that Lake Bunyonyi isn't one of the seven wonders of the world, staggeringly beautiful as it is. Most importantly though, I am ashamed to admit that it wasn't really on my list, I knew I would go there some day but I wasn't like dying to see it.
Kilimanjaro, pole pole till you get there...
Why, oh why – they asked me. Just because. Because I remember this name from my kindergarten years. Because there's no mountain like this anywhere else in the world – an almost 6 km high cone standing all alone. There's something extraterrestrial in it,
I first arrived in Uganda in August, 2009. I had just finished my B.A. in International Development at McGill University and I had planned a year traveling around the world, with my first stop teaching English and French at a local Ugandan school in Kikaaya, on Mityana Rd. Little did