Although through the social media we, travel bloggers, but also every other person might give the idea that life is so easy and perfect (of course, when you apply so many filters and leave out the issues faced) and travel is a piece of cake; the reality is that in many cases travel is a […]
It was a lovely Friday for your mzungu here spent in a lovely family in a small community in Munyonyo, Uganda. Very different from what my Fridays usually are like or in general from what my days when I travel are like. Usually it’s more sightseeing, visiting attractions, getting lost on purpose. However, this one […]
Living in Yambio, South Sudan has never been on my mind until last year in February when I got the job offer for UNMISS.
New Year 2019 is just around the corner and, as those who know me well know, I already have an almost full lineup of my 2019 travel plans (and some partly plans). Last year, in 2017, around this time I worked on my 2018 resolutions (I actually named it To do 2018) – basically a […]
Where are the most generous people? Jeanne, from South Africa who writes at Learning to Breathe Abroad, heard about Kosovo when she read at school and heard about the terrible war with Serbia on the news. She visited Kosovo in June 2018 and spent about 10 days. What did Jeanne like about Kosovo? She liked […]