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Batambuze aiming for Tusker glory

Source; supersport

Tusker FC defender Shafik Batambuze has really flourished under coach Paul Nkata and on Wednesday he proved the difference after his sublime free-kick steered the team to the semifinals of the GOtv Shield. 203 more words


Celebrating Love

The last time I was in a wedding was on December 9th 2000. It was my uncles wedding. Barely a decade old, I knew very little of what was happening but I remember the events altogether. 1,018 more words


Eating breakfast with giraffes

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :
  • A split second
  • A man-eater
  • It messes with your sense of scale
  • A conservation biologist
  • A free roaming sanctuary…
  • 110 more words

Thank You 😘😘

This is just a quick blog post to say thank you very much to everyone who very kindly donated towards Rianna’s Fund for my trip here to Yala. 187 more words

Road Tripping Kenya: Eldoret to Lake Bogoria

I don’t have any pictures of Eldoret up on my blog… I guess because I use this as a space to post travel photos/stories and Eldoret is more in the “home” category than the “travel” category. 425 more words

My travel bucketlist

I’ve been asked a few times about my travel aspirations, even more so being in London, so I recently made a physical list. And me being me, it is an undeniably detailed and multifaceted list at that; ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous (although I’m learning daily that what I once thought near impossible may be quite attainable after all) and far too long to fully unfold here. 400 more words


Movie review: In Gun Runners, leaving behind a violent past is easier said than done

Gun Runners
Directed by: Anjali Nayar
Running time: 90 minutes

“Your cattle are your money, bank, store, everything,” we hear, at the beginning of Anjali Nayar’s Gun Runners. 407 more words