Afros , Feast and Parade

Traveling Solo To: Takawiri Island

Hey hey heyyyy! Hey!! Hey!!! Hello internet humans, because you can’t possibly be reading this off a banana leaf, how are y’all doing? Yes it’s really been 8 months and because I'm a non-committal blogger, I was going to drag it out a couple of more months but I was touched by my ancestral aunties in a daydream and decided…...

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The pop-up restaurant experience

The concept of a pop-up shops is still so fresh in most of Africa’s capitals so imagine my delight when I heard of a pop-up restaurant happening during the Kampala Restaurant Week that ended mid-July. The Food Library brought this lovely concept to life and I had to check them out because honestly apart from low prices there’s not much…...

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Mini twists as a protective style

Hi guys! This is a long post that will also include a video of me talking about mini twists as a protective style and how they can help you in your growth journey, Pros of wearing mini twists: -          Very low maintenance. You keep your hands out of your hair most the time which means it will break less and…...

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Breakfast Challenge Recipes

Hi everyone! Early this month I started a “10 delicious breakfasts in two weeks” challenge and though I finished in the third week I really tried to get at least 9 recipes done within the challenge’s time frame. You may have seen it on THIS thread or on my Instagram stories. I got a lot of positive feedback and decided…...

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A Tour of the Maasai Village

Hey everyone! As promised in the Kibo Amboseli blogpost, I’m following up with this post about our tour of Maasai culture in Amboseli. On our second day in Amboseli we got the pleasure of being taken around a Masai village by Kirisya and a few of his friends. When we arrived, we were told most of the men were off…...

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