BODA BODA MADNESS

After the brunch date with the girls, Amy left to go prepare for her last exam paper (Masters Loading, heeeyy!!!) and I went  with Caroline to her sisters’ -Cathy and Irene’s -place in Bugolobi. As I mentioned here, traffic in Kampala is madness. Then there’s the boda bodas from HELL!!!! If I was driving in Uganda,…

CAFÉ JAVAS (REVIEW)

Café Javas has a magnificent ambiance. From the minute you walk in, to the service you receive and the food you eat. We found a spot to sit outside because the temperature had shot up to probably 30 degrees. I mean, it is ridiculously hot in Kampala. I am definitely struggling to adjust my antennas…

STRANDED IN NAMANVE

As you recall from my last post, I was somewhat stranded. I called my friend again and she finally picks up. “So they dropped me at Namanve. They claimed that we had already passed Chireka,” I said, frustrated to say the least. “Oh Nooo!!! That’s too far! What do you see?” “I see the Coca…

ROAD TO KAMPALA 2/2

But all hope is not lost. I went back to the Modern Coast offices where I talked to the teller who helped me change my bus ticket to 7pm. What a nice gentleman. You deserve a raise, sir!!! The unfortunate bit though is that I got downgraded from a First class ( Ksh 3,100/$30) to…

ROAD TO KAMPALA 1/2

  “She turned her can’ts into cans and her dreams into plans” I am a firm believer in dreams manifesting into reality. In fact, our thoughts are so powerful that they instantaneously align the universe to your wants, needs and desires. When I made a commitment this year to start a personal food and travel…

CINNAMON ROLLS

Lately, it’s been colder than usual in Nairobi. All I want to do is cozy up in bed with a cup of hot chocolate and a whole lot of Teen Wolf (yes, that’s a series I have recently been binge watching while the rest of the world is watching Game of Thrones. And no, I…