All Posts By Karen

staying at the boma guesthouse

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As a mini-celebration of my birthday which was on the 18th, I’m grateful to have had the chance to explore one of Entebbe’s fine B&B’s. As I mentioned before in my previous post, getting to Entebbe is pretty easy if there isn’t any traffic jam. The best route if you are driving from Kampala, is ...

taking stock 25

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As I reflect on September and the previous months, I felt that a great way to start a new month was to revive my ''Taking Stock Series'' Here is what has been going on since I last took stock in January. How have the past few months been going for you? Making : smaller To-do lists and ...

scenic hike around lake bunyonyi

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Carolyn, Kelsey, Frank and I spent a weekend in the calm surroundings of Lake Bunyonyi. I took a little longer than expected to piece this post together as I have been a lot busier lately trying to sort out my life goals and plans. Is anyone else going through the same? Trying to figure out how ...

experience nyege nyege festival

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This weekend was the Nyege Nyege Festival which took place at Nile Discovery beach. Apparently, Nyege Nyege is a noun meaning “the feeling of a sudden uncontrollable urge to move, shake or dance”. Nyege Nyege was inspired by the legendary World Festival of the Black Arts’ that took place in Dakar Senegal in 1966. This urge ...

experience Nile horseback safaris

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As one of our activities while at The Haven, we got to experience Nile horseback Safaris. Nina, Jasper and I got to meet and ride on three calm and healthy horses. Mine was called Waragi, known to for his zeal to ride and accommodate people. Getting There: To get there cross the bridge over Owen falls dam, then ...