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
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
The Colorful Kampala City Festival!
We had guests visiting at office from South Africa; they were in Kampala for the very first time and they couldn't believe how the boda bodas (motor bike taxis) made it hard for them to cross the road. I told them to stick around until the
I wrote this 3 years ago after Women's Day... Sometimes I surprise myself. Good to know that my dreams are still valid. Enjoy.
While full grown women were celebrating their day yesterday, I received a number of calls and text messages wishing me a happy Women’s Day and telling me what
The #UGbloggers7Days is quite a challenge. But some people do live for a challenge and I would love to think of myself as one of these people. I missed writing. I missed the feedback from the special breed that take time off their busy schedules to read my musings and