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,
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
I grew up in a place called Go Down in Mutungo, one of Kampala's suburbs, Uganda. At the time, it was a small neighborhood; with very few people and even fewer television sets. My parents, like many people, were not lucky to own one. In an act of ‘good parenting,’
It all started with a simple question, “Olive, have you ever been to Lake Mburo National Park?” My friend Sue asked. Lake Mburo National Park is the smallest national park situated on the Kampala - Mbarara highway in Western Uganda. I had been to Lake Mburo mid last year but