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Seven Hills for a Footstool: Discover Kampala

Just a few kilometers away from Lake Victoria, and sprawled across seven hills, is the capital of Uganda – Kampala.

The unique feel of this cosmopolitan city is a major reflection of harmonized co-existence of both modern and ancient civilization; the national museum is located on the highest hill, while one of the world’s Bahai temples of worship stands not too far. 508 more words


Mzungu on a Bike

Apparently on Ukerewe the thought of a Mzungu on a bike is enough to bring fits of hysterics, as if it is something very unusual. I imagine if the islanders ever managed to go to the Netherlands they would be apoplectic. 403 more words


Five Hot Spots for Cruising and Sailing in East Africa

Cruising and sailing is one kind of novelty that I fill has not been fully exploited in East Africa’s tourism frontiers. And while the traditional and mainstream numbers such as safari, beach and heritage keep hitting new lows, maybe it’s time the stakeholders shifted from the Big Fives of the land, the Biggies of Marine life! 757 more words


Kenya dig it?

See what I did there? Eh? Eh?

Crossing the border into Kenya, I had the very really feeling that this would be our last taste of the Africa I’d so fallen in love with. 466 more words

Ssese Islands by Gu-Ko

The Ssese Islands are an archipelago of eighty-four islands in the northwestern part of Lake Victoria in Uganda.

As Seen on 500px – May 6, 2015 at 02:59PM