Adventuring Around Tanzania & More

Adventuring around Tanzania Animal fossils outside the Ndabaka Gate of the Serengeti National Park. Go to to read about my experiences the first time I ever visited the Serengeti. I grew up on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, which is rough and tough and not a body of water you play with. My… Continue reading Adventuring Around Tanzania & More

Konyagi Meaning & More

Konyagi Meaning Konyagi is a brand of Tanzanian gin. It is a popular alcoholic beverage in Tanzania and is known for its strong and distinctive flavor. To the best of my knowledge, bottled Konyagi was named after, enkonyagi, a delicious(!) banana gin made by the Haya people of northwestern Tanzania. (In case you don’t know, I… Continue reading Konyagi Meaning & More

Accurate Konyagi Alcohol Percentage 2024 & More

What is Konyagi? & Konyagi Alcohol Percentage Konyagi, produced by Tanzania Distilleries Limited (a subsidiary of Tanzania Breweries Limited), is a white spirit made from molasses (sugarcane) that has an alcohol content of 35% by volume. Did you come to this post looking for the Uganda Waragi percentage alcohol content? If so you are in… Continue reading Accurate Konyagi Alcohol Percentage 2024 & More

Versace Perfume Men & More

READ ALSO: Best Perfumes for Women 2021 Versace Perfume for Men/Versace Men Perfume Of their fragrances for men, Versace tags them the expression of a man’s strength and charisma conveyed in modern and sensual Mediterranean freshness as well as the essence of pure masculinity for a strong passionate man who is master of himself. Want… Continue reading Versace Perfume Men & More

Conclusion of Experiences with Uber in Uganda & Tanzania

But That’s Me. Those are my experiences of Uber in the nine months that they’ve operated in Uganda and Tanzania. How about you? Does Uber operate in your city or country? Have you used Uber before? If so, what have your experiences been? Please let me know by leaving me a comment below. Until the next time,Biche P.S. Would you… Continue reading Conclusion of Experiences with Uber in Uganda & Tanzania