Thursday, January 2, 2014

Happy New Year to all my dear followers!

It is a brand new year, as always, a time where most of us sit down to reflect about what we have achieved in the previous year and where we want to be in the New Year. My own experience has been that New Year’s resolutions matter—if you don’t know what you want to do, you would end up the year doing what somebody else wants you to! #plan; execute; evaluate; celebrate! May be this motivational video might help to give you a good push into 2014: video obtained via Dannyboytoon (31,Dec 2011). Success and challenges - Some new year MOTIVATION...accessed on 02.01.2014

Good apetite ala Uganda!

video obtained courtesy of Kakensa,Henry, Ndugwa. Accessed on 02/01/2014

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Our Trip to Uganda: Amixture of emotions

Describing their trip to Uganda, my best friends-- Agie and Richmond could only say: "It was honestly a God moment, each part of Uganda has its own character and something different to offer. . .after sometime we thought our hearts would burst with excitment esp. als we watched the shadow of the clouds move over a mountain, it looked like a sea of ants creeping over the landscape.

And when it came to bungee jumping, it was so much fun for us as a couple to get to do this breath taking jump together, oh and before the jump the view over the Nile is beauty at its best"It was a wonderful mix of emotions :-)" the following courtesy photos can only help to express the above emotions. Thank you Agie and Richie for sharing your best Ugandan moments with us all..!

Sunday, December 18, 2011


Once again, a mind blowing video that absolutely clears any doubt that Uganda is truely the Pearl of Africa. Great thanks to Tom Walsh - Forefront Television for sharing this video with us.

UGANDA TOURISM VIDEO 2 from Tom Walsh - Forefront Television on Vimeo.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Entebbe, the Town I call home!

In this video is a town called Entebbe,my home town--undesputably the most beautiful town of Uganda:

My best memories of Ugandan Traffic

This photo was taken in August 2009 on Hoima Road between Nansana and Kakiri town on my way to visit my granny...I remember having to wait for close to 15 min before the cows could cross the road. This is what I love about Uganda, we people live with animaly in harmony whether at home or on the road:-)