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 Uganda’s inaugural Tourism Excellence Awards.
Here are a few popular stories of 2015, in case you missed them:
On the right track: the Muzungu’s first Ugandan train ride – Rift Valley Railways relaunches Kampala passenger train service after 20 year break. People loved this story.
The drama of dating in Uganda | Expat section of the Daily Telegraph – this one went viral…YIKES!
Karibu! – welcome to East Africa Pope Francis! I’m a bit loved-up if I’m honest! 😉
Do stick around Dear Reader, here’s what’s planned for 2016:
More fun days out…
More culture and conservation experiences from across Uganda and East Africa.
Is there anything cuter than a baby elephant?
In Nairobi, I’ll tell you the story of the adorable baby elephants at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. I left streaked in mud, as one nuzzled upto me and flapped his big elephant ear against my arm…
Aren’t chimps amazing?
I’m very excited at my upcoming return to Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary on Lake Victoria. PANT HOOTS!
Have you heard of the Marine Big Five? What are they? And where can you see them?
Come dolphin watching and snorkelling with the Muzungu in Watamu on Kenya’s Indian Ocean coast. Incredible!
What colour is a giraffe’s tongue?
You may be surprised! In 2016, I’ll be telling you how we fed the Rothschild’s giraffes at Nairobi’s Giraffe Center.
These are just a few of the places we’ll be discovering together in 2016…