If you are an online reader, then you have come across the word millennials. There’s currently been lots of observations, articles, and opinions about this generation of tech-people. Millennials thrive on the internet and gadgets. They love to explore, adventure, learn, innovate, contribute to change and live in every moment of value addition experiences. Such…

Get You A Safe Boda, Get you Professional Riding.

Have you ever met a man who steals your attention without struggle, he takes your brain and gives it a super ‘brainal’ (Intellectual orgasm) with his firm character and out pour-age of knowledge.

 There is nothing that earns respect so easily with out a sweat like a man of knowledge, understanding and example.

Growing Up In Uganda

Life is adventurous, comic , fulfilling, a rear hustle and full of endless lessons and dreams. Only in Uganda!

Meet Mayanja and Kakande; my newly found friends from the lake side in Gaba, Uganda.


Togetherness is strength; this is one of the beliefs that you will strongly buy into when you step foot in Haven Lodge Buhoma. Located just a stone throw from the Bwindi impenetrable forest, the uniquely hand-crafted structure stands on a low hill in the outskirts of the beautifully dark forest. The prompt gesture from the manager…

Sights In Uganda #6

Ohh!!! You got to visit Uganda, You got to experience the beauty and love of both the creation and the creator. The GOD!

Sights In Ugnada #5

Birds don’t sing because they want to sing. They sing because they have a song.

Photo credit : Watsemba Miriam

Travel In Uganda #4

Sailors at Lake Bunyonyi arise on the lake in sync with the sunrise at the Horizon. It is like the sun calls in a morning chorus, and the sailors respond with a timely verse. Always!

Travel In Uganda #3

“Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.” – Anonymous

Travel Uganda #3. Mapeera Nabulagala Catholic Parish.

Mapeera Nabulagala Catholic Parish is named after Father Lourdel Simeon, also fondly known as ‘Mapeera’ which is a local imitation of the French word ‘Mon Pere’ that means ‘My father.’ Father Mapeera, together with Brother Amans Delmas came to Uganda on 18th February, 1879, making them the first Catholic missionaries in the country. Based at…