My last week in Uganda

After the trip to Murchinson I had less than a week left in Uganda. Monday was a public holiday, so I went to Entebbe with a collegue from DED to meet Denis and his daughter Vicky. She was so cute walking around the whole day with my way to big sunglasses with a big smile! … Continue reading

Murchinson Falls

During the weekend I went on a trip to Murchinson falls national park. I went with the Red Chili, and ended up in a car with five other norwegians!! Had a great trip, the camp was good, and a lot of nice people. We did not spot as much animals as in Maasai Mara, and … Continue reading

Kampala – volunteering with DED Uganda for two weeks

We arrived Kampala and the traffic jam just before seven, and got a matatu to Muyenga were the office of DED is, and also the guesthouse were I would stay. Just arriving and departing town took us between one and two hours! I immediately liked my guesthouse, a big room with a balcony, and a … Continue reading

Busia Uganda, volunteering with YES

Busia is a small town divided in two by the border between Kenya and Uganda. I arrived on the Kenyan side – and Denis was there to meet me and we walked to Uganda. I met Denis in a course in sustainable sanitation in Oslo last summer, and it was very nice to see him … Continue reading

Kisumu

After my trip to Maasai Mara I went back to Nakuru to stay a few more days with ROSA. It turned out to be just a few lazy days, and that was ok with me. Spent some time in the city, met a girl from couchsurfing – and she actually worked at the beauty saloon … Continue reading

Maasai Mara

I booked a trip with Pega tours in nakuru to go to maasai mara. I spend two nights there, and had one evening safari, one full day, and one in the morning. A lot of driving around on bumpy roads, and I saw a lot of animals. The camp was good the food was very … Continue reading

Malindi – relaxing and celebration of the new year

I hadnt planned much for the holiday, and my initial plan was to stay in mombasa during new year. I arrived at a very shabby hotel – all though the staff was very friendly. Mombasa is a big city, and I hadnt read anything about what to do there, but I knew there were beaches! … Continue reading