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#UgBlogWeek – Fort Portal Thrills

Back in 2010, going out in Fort Portal was always an adventure. Not only was I impressed by the vividness of the city during the evening hours, where its population of forty two thousand seemed to be in the streets and bars all at once, no, I was also impressed

#DingyEats: Kampala’s “Bufunda” Know the Way to Your Heart!

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

#Exploring Lake Bunyonyi on a #budget!

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.

#Ugandaesque: Khakis aren’t Mandatory in #Uganda

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

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