…do you consider yourself a conscious consumer? What eco-friendly brands are your favourite? How do you feel about fast fashion?Read More
Zanzibar! Can you believe this was my first time in Zanzibar? Wow, I am slacking. But not anymore, I am determined to travel within this country and this continent from now on… starting with this city that is so close to home yet so far off my reach -or so I thought.Read More
…Sir Damini Ogulu -the dude has earned the title in my books- preaches in this album! He says, “you were African before you became anything else” in Spiritual. That statement is practically a middle finger to anything that creates hyphenated African-ness. From Inferiority complexes to systemic oppression.Read More
… here I am, 6 years later, overlooking the Serengeti plains from my office window. I knew my hundreds-of-thousand-dollar-degree would take me places, but I did not imagine it would bring me to a job in the Serengeti.
Yet here I am, an urban babe in the bush!Read More
Haas Coffee comes highly recommended on Google. It is indeed a beautiful and cosy coffee shop and, I am sure their coffee is great. I lie. I am not sure. I wouldn't know because I don’t drink coffee 😂.
That is why this post isn’t about coffee. It is about tea. Chai tea to be exact. So, what’s my verdict on their chai?Read More
Oh KAUAI! You are an absolute fairytale for a foodie on a diet. Can you already tell I love KAUAI?
For those who do not know it, KAUAI is a chain restaurant in South Africa that has the mission “to make healthy eating easy and accessible.” Their menu is seasonal so it is always super fresh and try as hard as possible to use organic and non-GMO foods.Read More
Listen, it’s been a while since I’ve written here and I can bore you with excuses or I can just pretend like I’ve been here all along and tell you about what I wanna talk about.
I say it as if you have a choice lol😂 I’ll just get on with it!Read More
First week back home in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and best believe it I am already Chai finding!
The heat in Dar es Salaam is unbearable at the moment so we are all in an everlasting search for the shade and/or air conditioning. Coffee shops are a great place to find both a shade and free air conditioning in Dar es Salaam. So, I just had to enter the first one I could find. Close to where I stay is Cafe Aroma. Any trip to a coffee shop is a chance to try a fresh Chai and today was not going to be any different.Read More