Browsing category: Female Travel

solo travel

5 reasons you should take the next trip alone

Solo travel. Because life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all. As I write this, I have around 36 hours before my next trip. I haven’t packed anything… except my camera :) It’s been quite some time since I did a long hike, and also since I traveled alone. Let’s face it. There are many things that are comforting about traveling in a group. The last major trip I did was to Turkana – forget the constant search for new beaches around my town! On that note, I will share images from some of the most spectacular beaches in

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white water rafting

Lessons Learned from White Water Rafting

White Water Rafting in the River Nile White water rafting is one of the most humbling, yet exciting recreational sport. Won’t lie: it was never on my “have-to-do” list. Come to think of it, I don’t think I have such a list. Anyway, that happened and I’m yet to recover from the adrenaline rush. That should make up for being tear-gassed on New Year’s Eve, yikes! Apparently, Ugandan police found it appropriate to disperse guys as they waited for midnight fireworks. That officially marks my third crappy New Year’s Eve – in a row! So

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Why I fell in love with Sri Lanka

Which is the best country you’ve visited so far? This is by far one of the most common questions I have to answer. I ask the question a lot too; as a trick question, or not :P. I still do not have an answer to that. Every country I have visited had its own charm, even Tanzania, a country that is certainly not my best. That said, Sri Lanka really made an impression. I want to go back, and I rarely say that about a destination. Well, except Morocco that I recently visited and got blown away. That’s the thing right here: it only gets

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volunteering

How to choose the right volunteer opportunity

If you have made it through life without the help of anyone else, I doubt this post will interest you. Volunteering defines humanity since it is one of the ways one can make a difference – no matter how small. The beauty is that no one is too poor to give, and it’s one of the most gratifying experiences one could ever have. Unfortunately, we have to deal with issues such as hunger and untold poverty. While it may be impossible to eliminate such in their entirety, it is possible to be part of something beautiful. Even more

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visit singapore

In Singapore; a FORMAL guide

Planning a fun –filled and dramatic getaway to Singapore? Here is what you really need. One day isn’t enough to have maximum fun in this amazing city. Keep the buzzing phone aside, tell your mommy you’ll be late but don’t miss out to read this ultimate guide to visit Singapore right now. I completely agree that this city was blamed for being too expensive and laid out. But wait? Time has changed everything. Singapore has revamped itself as one of the famous and chic cities of the world. [caption id="attachment_166"

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About Wachera

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wachera

I can’t keep calm! That’s probably the worst tag line ever, but it’s true. I have tried finding fulfilment from settling down and focusing on one activity and place, but I failed terribly. Okay, I should probably start by telling you who I am. My name is Wachera, a daughter of the African soil. Just recently, I realized that Wachera is native for “the one who loves travelling” . Read more

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