There are various forms of tourism, for example; business, cultural, religious, medical, wildlife, leisure, and education tourism. Nevertheless, lately foodies in Uganda have taken a whole new approach to how seriously they take their food and now it’s safe to say food tourism is slowly becoming a big deal in the country. Food all over the world has always been a unifying factor bringing families, … Continue reading Food Tourism in Uganda. Why everyone should be a foodie!
There are a select few things that freak me out about relationships and sex. Recently added to that list is finding out that spiritually transmitted diseases are just as real as shit gets in relationships. What if there is more to worry about than catching a baby or a disease from the person you love and trust with your life? What if those things like … Continue reading SPIRITUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES
If you are the kind of person who has a hectic schedule and are looking to get away from the city, Malakai Eco Lodge is the place for you. Located on Entebbe road in Kitende not too far from the city, it could take approximately 40 minutes to get there with traffic However, on a traffic less day you could get there in 20 … Continue reading Malakai Eco Lodge: A Get Away From the City
Urban by City Blue If you love to swim and are looking for fancy pool to dive into, well Urban by City Blue will have you covered. If swimming is not your cup of tea then a drink by the pool side would still be a wonderful idea. It is very spacious with a very calm and relaxing atmosphere. You could also book … Continue reading Discovering Kampala through these top 5 luxurious hotels.
The last couple of months have been overwhelmed with the new music, new sounds and god damn great vibes! I have always been skeptical about Ugandan music; not even about being patriotic because I can be that just that I always like to be patriotic about something I can be proud of. A few good tunes here and there is what we had but a … Continue reading BEAT OF THE WEEK 3/07/2017
If you have ever taken a trip whether by road, air or train you know one of the key things for most people during travel is the music. I’ve taken trips sometimes deliberately so I can go through some of my albums because sometimes life gets crazy and there’s no time to listen to music. Growing up, every time we were taking a drive to … Continue reading What’s on your travel Playlist?
If you are the kind of person who likes to take trips out of town to experience a change of scenery for your adventures then this will be a productive read. We all know that travelling by road can be long and tiring but most importantly could possibly be unsafe if not carefully thought through. Here are some tips by Jumia Travel to help you … Continue reading Road Trip safety tips.
Yes of course you are wondering, what summer? Uganda has only two seasons Dry and Wet, Rainy and Hot. Well yes, that is true but that doesn’t mean as Ugandans we do not need breaks. Now yes, the occasional Christmas to New Year holiday when we gather together as families and head to the village could be considered a holiday/break, however doesn’t that get old? … Continue reading Summer Vacationing in Uganda.
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