A few months ago, I wrote a post on creating time for travel. What I’ve come to realize is that many times our definition of “travel” includes a journey taken abroad or someplace far away, and yet some of the most memorable travel experiences could be waiting right in our backyards… Continue reading
The last two days of 2016 were incredibly amazing. I travelled to Jinja town with three wonderful ladies and got to share in a fun and tranquil all girls getaway. Continue reading
Over the weekend, I was thrilled to visit my home area of Eastern Uganda and this time, not just stop in Mbale (my village) but travel further northeast to Kapchorwa district to take a look at the beautiful Sipi Falls. Continue reading
On my recent Lake Mburo trip, I was presented the opportunity to camp and spend the night in a tent for the very first time. I’ve always loved the luxury of staying in a comfortable and cozy hotel room when traveling so this was an experience completely out of my comfort zone – literally.
As usual, I looked out for the lessons that I could take away from this experience and what I could share with you about camping. More so, camping in the wild. Continue reading
Last weekend, I had the pleasure of travelling to Western Uganda to explore Lake Mburo National Park with The Pearl Guide’s Uganda Travel Month.
I was thrilled to join the group as I hadn’t been to Lake Mburo before and even though I didn’t mention it on my bucket list, I had a feeling this was one of those undiscovered gems that I would thoroughly enjoy. And I sure did. Continue reading
October 9th. Yesterday marked Uganda’s 54 years of independence and to commemorate this day, I put together a short list of places I absolutely must visit in the next 12 months. And then I thought, what better place to start than Uganda, the Pearl of Africa itself? Continue reading