Rock climbing... My first encounter with someone who was into rock climbing was early last year at Nile River Explorers, Brian had the most calloused hands I've ever shaken; they felt like uneven wood. Because I was so curious, I asked him why. He told me about rock climbing; a
The Gorge and the art of making up friends...
Following my 'great expedition' transversing East Africa; so far shared in bits and pieces here, here and occasionally got pampered by Serena Hotel here and here, I take you back to Hell's Gate National Park where I met my Kenyan friends –
The Tranquility That is Lake Duluti Serena Hotel!
There is something about the Serena Hotel properties; each property is situated in a unique scenery offering a traveler the possibility of spending some time in the real Africa while still respecting the local ways of life. Indigenous blueprints and materials are combined
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
A Walk Through Hell's Gate National Park
I was the first to check in to the dormitory that accommodates eight people. I wondered if I was going to be by myself. I imagined it would be lonely but then again, the idea of sleeping in a dormitory with total strangers seemed