If you ever find yourself in Kigali and you intend to visit the Kigali Genocide Memorial, prepare yourself for all shades of emotion. Anger, pain, grief, sadness…you name it.
My Dad was the first person who sold Rwanda to me. As a tour operator/travel enthusiast, he’s had his fair share traversing the African continent and beyond so I sometimes find his recommendations
I don’t know about you but I love me a good view. Whether it’s natural or man made, I always like the opportunity to ravel at the wonders of both God and Man.
Forgive me if I sound too serious but I’m all about that CNN life. I’m usually glued to this channel if there’s less talk about American politics and more about business, culture and interviews in general. One of my favourite program
No matter how many times you go on a safari, the experience will always be different. Whether it’s a walking safari, or the usual drive in a 4×4, the sheer essence of temporary cohabitation with animals in the wild is quite a thrilling experience.
“Let’s go to Thailand!” my sister said to me one evening. “Err why Thailand of all places?” was the question that ran through my head when she made that statement.
The thing is, I’m really not the adventurous type and I also hadn’t travelled to Asia before so I was a bit apprehensive and skeptical of travelling to Thailand in my black skin.
If you follow my “waka” quite often, you may have realized that I have an affinity for the African continent. Greater than that is my affinity for the beach though not as evident. I love going to the beach. I like the form of calmness and serenity that comes with the roaring waves
We rose early to catch the bus to Cape Coast at Kaneshie . The morning was chilly with a slight intention of rain as the clouds were dark and converging. Heading to the road to get taxi to Kaneshie, we stopped to take capture the moments as we passed by Santa Claus