If you found this post looking for the Holy Crepe Kololo menu, you are in luck. Here you go! Holy Crepe Kololo Menu Holy Crepe Kololo Menu: Hours of Operation Holy Crepe Kololo Menu: Salads, Sandwiches, Soup, Steak & Egg Holy Crepe Kololo Menu: Breakfast Offerings and Waffles & Pancakes Holy Crepe Kololo Menu: Sweet and Savory Crêpes Holy Crepe Kololo Menu: Juice, Smoothies, House Specials, Hot Coffee, Shakes, Tea/Herbal Drinks, and Iced Coffees Holy Crepe Kololo Menu: Alcoholic Beverages & Soft Drinks It’s been a fun past three months for me on Instagram. In case you don’t follow me … Continue reading Holy Crepe, Kololo & 31 Other Pictures from Around East Africa (…and Botswana)
Does the name Kunta Kinte mean anything to you? How about this scene: “Your name is Toby. I want to hear you say it!….What’s your name? Kunta…Kunta Kinte.”, as a whip comes down hard on a young black man’s back? If you are around my age or older, you’ll probably easily recall this poignant scene from the 1977 Roots Miniseries (no, I was not yet born in 1977 but I grew up in Africa so we got American movies and TV shows 10 years late). As one of my favorite bloggers reminded me recently in a post about Beyoncé’s new album Lemonade, … Continue reading HISTORY® Channel to Air a New Roots Miniseries
Two months ago, I had the pleasure of visiting Botswana for the first time. I didn’t visit the Okavango Delta or Chobe National Park (the big safari destinations in Botswana). Rather, my trip took me to the capital of Botswana: Gaborone. I was very busy right before the trip; I therefore wasn’t able to do much more than a perfunctory online search of what there was to do in Gaborone. The search didn’t yield much. I tried not to worry about it, sure that I’d figure it out once my trip began. On the appointed day, I hopped onto a … Continue reading 10 Things to Do in Gaborone, Botswana
Happy New Year, dear Reader! I hope you had a wonderful festive season and that this year brings you the fulfillment of your most heartfelt desires! Towards the end of last year, I was asked to complete a questionnaire on Dar es Salaam that would be used as a city guide on an American fashion website.
Hmmm…Riiight. Like I can even attempt to answer that question with any sort of authority despite my years of experience with East African men. Although a friend recently called me the East African Carrie Bradshaw during a late night Facebook chat (you can imagine the kind of stories we were swapping ;-)), I’ll have to decline the title because it’s simply not true. Nonetheless, I have recently realized that I have been on at least one date with men from each of the five East African countries. In fact, I’ve even had relationships with East African men from four of … Continue reading East African Men & What’s Dating Like in East Africa?