Back in 2007 I wrote 36 Hours in Kampala
, a guide for discerning travelers who found themselves with a weekend to spare in Kampala. With fresh eyes, my compatriot Rebekah at Jackfruity
recently returned to our old stomping grounds to investigate how Kampala has changed in the aftermath of the Beijing-esque sprucing the city received in the lead up to the Commonwealth Heads of Summit event. Her update, 36 Hours in K'la City
, points us towards Kampala's new best cup of coffee, bowl of queso and view of the frightening storks that stalk the city.
Labels: east africa, off the grid