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My name is Charlotte – bampita Nagawa – and I am the Captain for your tour of the Pearl of Africa, where we shall be cruising at an altitude of between 621 and 6110 metres above sea level. Let me share my love of all things Ugandan with you. On our Uganda travels, we will encounter elephants, lions, birds, gorillas and chimpanzees. We will travel on foot, by bus, in a dugout canoe, on quad bikes, rafts and even by train! With wall-to-wall sunshine, Technicolor blue skies and lush greenery, Uganda truly is ‘the best of Africa.’ Many countries boast of having the friendliest people: you will meet them here in Uganda! Read more about the Muzungu or contact me. I’d love to hear from you!

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    No hurry in Africa – bus Kampala to Kigali

    Apr 27, 13 • 16070 views • 20 comments

    No hurry in Africa: on board the bus Kampala to Kigali I didn’t understand much but the salesman’s words: “Tsunami in the vagina” and aggressive pelvic thrusting into the bus seat next to him somehow caught my attention. This guy should have been on the stage: the traveling salesman who...

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    The Muzungu stays home – while #UgandaDecides

    Feb 6, 16 • 257 views • 2 comments

    #UgandaDecides is the hashtag dedicated to Uganda’s forthcoming election on 18th February 2016. One thing is for sure, Ugandans have a fantastic sense of humour. I’ve just been rereading a few of my posts written before and during Uganda’s Presidential elections of 2010 in...

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    Where to travel in Uganda & East Africa in 2016 – the Muzungu’s...

    Jan 2, 16 • 667 views • 2 comments

    Where to travel in Uganda & East Africa in 2016 Happy New Year, dear Diary reader! As we wave goodbye to 2015, I’d like to say a big THANK YOU / WEBALE / ASANTE SANA to everyone who’s read, talked about or voted Diary of a Muzungu ‘Best Tourism Digital Media’ 2015 in...

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    On the right track: my first Ugandan train ride

    Dec 13, 15 • 1942 views • 7 comments

    Rift Valley Railways relaunches Kampala passenger train service after 20 year break Another first this week: my first Ugandan train journey on the Rift Valley Railways Kampala train! My first African train journey, in fact! I was very excited to hear that Rift Valley Railways, Uganda Railways...

  • Kampala City Festival Kampala Road crowd. PHOTO Ndijjo

    Kampala City Festival – Tips for enjoying the Festival

    Oct 3, 15 • 2244 views • 13 comments

    Are you going to Kampala City Festival Sunday 4th October 2015? This is the Muzungu’s story from 2014. I had a blast! Scroll down to the bottom of this page for the Muzungu’s tips on how to enjoy the Kampala City Festival! We’re still waiting to hear the line-up of musicians for Kampala City...

  • Giant Fern Trees, Buhoma, Bwindi, Uganda

    How to hike Bwindi. My Gorilla Highlands adventure, part 2

    Sep 20, 15 • 1603 views • 2 comments

    Have you experienced the real jungle? Bwindi hiking is the real deal Been walking in the woods? Try walking in the jungle! Hiking Bwindi Impenetrable Forest from North (Buhoma) to South (Nkuringo) – with (I hoped) the slight possibility of glimpsing a Mountain Gorilla en route – is...

  • Guide to eating fish, Lake Victoria - Diary of a Muzungu

    “Eating fish” on Lake Victoria – the Muzungu’s guide

    Apr 4, 15 • 4841 views • 14 comments

    “Eating fish” on Lake Victoria – the Muzungu’s guide Regular readers of Diary of a Muzungu will know how much I enjoy venturing off the beaten track and sharing my favourite Uganda travel experiences. Here is my Guide to eating fish, Lake Victoria, Kampala – a few day out...

  • Diary of a Muzungu. Ggaba landing site

    Why do I Blog? 10 Surprising Life Lessons from a Self-Confessed Blogaholic

    Oct 17, 14 • 9988 views • 23 comments

    Why do I blog? 10 Surprising Life Lessons from a Self-Confessed Blogaholic 1. Blogging is my friend. 2. Blogging is my creative outlet. 3. Blogging is my personal space when things in my life don’t work out the way I want them to. 4. Blogging = time out… Blogging is my arena in which to:...

 

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