The Art Of Choosing The Right Bus: Traveling From Arusha To Moshi By Bus

The best experience of a city or a town is living and moving around like an average resident of that city. My movements around Arusha have been through the use of public transport and walking for shorter distances. After about a month of being in Arusha, a few days ago I took a 1 dayContinue reading “The Art Of Choosing The Right Bus: Traveling From Arusha To Moshi By Bus”

Traveling Outside South Africa And The Admin Required For A Smooth Trip

When I was planning to start traveling, the first thing I did was check my passport. It was valid for another 5 months so I called the High Commission of Tanzania in South Africa and I was advised to rather get a new passport because I was at risk of being denied entry

Pub Crawling in Gaborone

  My recent trip to Gaborone in Botswana was filled with a lot of first times. My friend Kagiso was celebrating his birthday and we had to do it right by going pub crawling. What’s a pub crawl? you may wonder (I certainly did) .A pub crawl is a tour that takes in several pubs,Continue reading “Pub Crawling in Gaborone”

The Gaborone International Food And Drink Market

The Gaborone International Food and Drink Market is set to take place on the 31st of October 2015 at Bojanala Waterfront in Gaborone. Different kinds of drink and food brands are expected to exhibit at the market. With brands like Health Generation, 03 Beverages, Chilladiddo, Redd’s, Rhapsody’s, Just Ginger. Wings Galore, Appletiser and many more.Continue reading “The Gaborone International Food And Drink Market”

Maasai Cricket Warriors X One Love Skate Expo

MAASAI CRICKET WARRIORS X ONE LOVE SKATE EXPO Photos by:  Ole Ngais Location: Randburg X Constitutional Hill Braamfontein In promotion of a United Africa, The Maasai Cricket Warriors and One Love Skate Expo got to hang out in Braamfontein and did a small shoot. we had so much fun as we got to connect andContinue reading “Maasai Cricket Warriors X One Love Skate Expo”

The Ndere Coupe Beautifully Captured At Ndere Cultural Centre in Uganda

On his recent trip to Uganda, American photographer Nadere Johnson captured dancers and performers at Ndere Cultural Centre. I absolutely love the way these dancers look in their traditional clothes and for some reason they have my heart singing songs I have never heard before yet they feel so right and so familiar. So inContinue reading “The Ndere Coupe Beautifully Captured At Ndere Cultural Centre in Uganda”

Africa Reign: Aisha And Aminah

  Aisha and Aminah were born in Uganda’s Eastern District of Iganga in 1988 .Aminah currently  works as a freelance photographer and Aisha  currently work as lead photographer for Uganda’s number one sports website kawowo.com  and their love for African culture has got them to photograph traditional weddings which are very colourful  in the ‘Pearl of Africa’. Aminah hasContinue reading “Africa Reign: Aisha And Aminah”

Africa Reign: Modisa Brilliant Kodie

Modisa is a 20 year old Economics and Accounting student at the University of Botswana who is also a fashion blogger and photographer. He is also active in issues that affect Africa because he believes that it is his responsibility to be concerned about African people. Modisa loves working with Local creatives in Botswana withContinue reading “Africa Reign: Modisa Brilliant Kodie”

Kimberley Diamond Cup 2015: Midway Mayhem

On the 17th of April a group of friends and I braved the cold and headed to Kimberley for the Kimberley Diamond Cup that was to take place on the 18th of April 2015. I have just been introduced to skating by a couple of friends and although I can not skate to save myContinue reading “Kimberley Diamond Cup 2015: Midway Mayhem”