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Launch: Uganda in Conversation

For me, the best way to capture the essence of a place is to engage with its people. You may visit its sights, you may take its picture, and you may experience its luxuries, but I believe that the true purpose of travel, where you might attempt to fully understand a place instead of just drifting through with an ultimately meaningless bucket list, lies within the people that inhabit that place. 809 more words

Africa

Stop destroying Lake Victoria– President tells Sigulu wanainchi

President Yoweri Museveni has strongly advised the people of Sigulu Sub-County in Namayingo district, to stop destroying Lake Victoria by catching immature fish as well as cultivating at the edge of the water body.

Uganda Tourism

The Journey Continues

Well I figured I would blog over the weekend but I have not had Internet connection for some time. Today I was just able to connect so hopefully these posts go through. 1,082 more words

Thoughts & Experiences

Trip to Kampala, Uganda, Part 5 (Speke Resort)

In late May 2014 for the eLearning Africa conference, we stayed at the Speke Resort where the conference was held. These photos show some of the flowers and other sights on the resort grounds.

Travel

Easter Roadtrip

This year’s Easter plan was a road trip to Kisumu and Eldoret with a stop over at Lake Bogoria to visit the hot springs. We spent one night at Kiboko Bay in Kisumu which has a beautiful view of the lake and the sunset. 113 more words

Personal

Nyama Choma (BBQ) at Hippo Point, Kisumu, Kenya

We had an awesome BBQ with the JCC Mamboleo Youth team at Hippo Point, Lake Victoria in Kisumu. Enough said, I’ll let the pictures do the talking… 7 more words

Mariners support education along the shores of Lake Victoria

By Peter Kasango, Bweyogerere-Namboole Rotary Club and member of the International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians

The Buvuma Islands are a chain of more than fifty islets located a few kilometers off the northern shore of Lake Victoria; the main island, Buvuma, measures about 200 square-miles (517 km²) with a population of nearly 20,000 people. 532 more words

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