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Stop Nineteen: White Water Rafting on The Nile River (October 9 - 10, 2017)

Our gorilla tracking tour marked the end of the African travel we had planned before arriving, so it was time to figure out our next adventure! 1,428 more words


Drowning in the Nile

On the 31st September we headed towards the Kenya/Uganda border and I was super excited to be heading back to the place that has my heart. 3,179 more words


Chasing the Nile.

02. Okt. 2017

My boyfriend was right when he said, that for the last six days we’ve seen the River Nile every day. It certainly goes to show that a lot of tourism is centred around it! 619 more words

Travel Writing

Equatorial celebrations in Uganda

Waiting for Max and Alina (Malina) to arrive was almost unbearable, we were so super excited. Jens gave up 12 hours early and celebrated a little one-man pre-party the night before, enthusiastically anticipating everything we’d be doing together over the next two-and-a-half weeks. 2,547 more words


Mud fan and art at an International music festival

Many of us love the arts but we are not good artists or artisans. But the arts always find us. The arts will find you. 810 more words



Since last we posted, there have been a plethora (Kelly says shout out to El Guapo) of exciting things happening at The Amazima School (TAS) and for us personally as we continue to serve in Uganda. 2,049 more words

Expat Life


When I told people I was going for the Nyege Nyege festival, they looked at me funny. That’s because in Kenya that word means something else. 739 more words