Joy Full

The most beautiful part about the camp is the Changwena waterfalls. Yes I know, I have only told you about the river and the campsite in the last two posts. Simply because I knew it deserved a whole blog for itself, and I had to save the best bit for last. It is tucked away…

The Lord, my shepherd.

Heaving a bicycle over a saddle between two hills was not the best part of the day so far, but once I got to the top, the view was phenomenal. Fort Elwes sits right on the border of Zambia and Congo, along the Irumi hill range. In the not so far distance, I could see…

Ain’t no mountain high enough

Being in certain places brings about that, ‘I’d rather be in the metaphorical version of this’ feeling, if I’m going to be completely honest. I mean, it’s really easy to belt out the infamous lyrics by Marvin Gaye x Tammi Terrell at a karaoke night, “Ain’t no mountain hiiiiigh enough!” And then think about having…

Beautiful blessings in the wadi

In this online space, I have always been open and honest. I am often surprised when I peruse through my archives and see things I previously shared here. Whenever I have written a post, my process has always been the same. I’ll be wanting to pour my thoughts out on paper, and somehow through all…

Take time to taste the coffee.

What makes a good coffee? Lately I’ve been in that tired, comatose-like state where I leave half finished cups of coffee in forgotten places. Constantly on the go…fluctuating between the instant work kind (of varying strengths depending on which cup I use), and the more made to precision, proper roasts that I try to fit…