Take the Family out For Bowling in Uganda

Bowling, pronounced ‘bowlin’ and not ‘balling’, is a game – a sport, even, in some places. Now this is article is not about ‘bowling’...

An Insight Into Ugandan Traditional Weddings

Every tribe has a unique culture and this applies especially to the traditional Ugandan weddings of each. Here’s an insider’s look at the unique...

Uganda Wedding Dresses Ideas: Adding Some Colour

“Married in white…you have chosen right!” That is one of the sayings surrounding the myth of wedding dresses in Kampala. The other is that...

Tennis Courts in Kampala

Ralph Paffenbargert, a Harvard University physician, followed over 10,000 people for 20 years before concluding that playing tennis three hours a week at moderately...

Running in Kampala

Bright colours, headbands and the tightly laced sneakers of a runner have become an everyday sight in Kampala’s landscape. John, a self-professed running addict,...

Kampala’s Spicy Lingerie Shops

Kampala’s Spicy Lingerie Shops Unless you have been recently teleported in from the dark ages you are probably aware that women like to keep their...

Kampala Embraces Yoga

It seems a bit strange that contorting your body into impossible shapes can bring physical relief. Practitioners of yoga, however, swear there are countless...

Wedding Cakes in Uganda: All You Need to Know

Cakes are big business in Kampala and the definitive article at ceremonies. Not just for those who make them, but also for those who...

Uganda Wedding Planners: Reasons Why You Need One!

Every job starts with sitting down with a prospective client and listening to their dream for their wedding. Harriet says the actual job description...

Kampala Brides: What to Wear

Diane Komunda is one of Kampala’s most accomplished designers. Her shop, Ever After Limited, is found in Bukoto. Before Ever After, she learnt her...

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