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The Los Angeles African Wedding Expo

The Los Angeles African Wedding Expo

Last Sunday the children and I attended the Los Angeles African Wedding Expo. My sister Mekka was one of the models. I thought it would be nice to get the kids out around some other “Africans.” The kids had a blast. Sanyu even was among […]

IKEA’s Soft Toys for Education Campaign

Education has been praised as the most potent key for development in Africa. Yet, at the heart of this continent, in the training of kids who are still in pre-school, there is little effort at practical education. If practical training is not enhanced, Africa is […]

One Day Without Shoes!

Gerald helping young girl put on her new pair of shoes.(Photo courtesy of AGYA)

Today was One Day Without Shoes! While I am still losing weight from my pregnancy it is hard  for me to squeeze  my feet in most of my shoes including my Toms :(.  Wanted to give a special shout out to my hubby Gerald. He has been working with the Amagezi Gemaanyi Youth Association (AGYA) for the past couple of months passing out TOMS shoes to children around Uganda. Baby Sanyu and I are very proud of her dada. Keep up the good work hunny ♥♥. More pictures below (more…)

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Let it Burn!

  There isn’t much burning here in Africa. I just don’t understand how I can be in Africa and have internet but I don’t have a stove! Yes you heard me I don’t have a stove. If you’ve been so lucky to be apart of […]

Wedding Recap

    Today I promised I would get some work done. I have been sick the past couple of days. I know my husband really wanted me to leave the house and go run around Africa with him but today just was not the day […]

Welcome to African Spice Tea


Gerald & Saharra Kalyesubula


Welcome to my blog African Spice Tea I’m at home in Africa writing and sipping African Spice Tea. From now until the end of the year I will be writing about my new life with my husband Gerald Kalyesubula. My husband will also be guest blogging here as well.
The end result will be a number of columns for a variety of publications as well as a book.

Occasionally I will I will revisit our past of how we met and the individuals that have played a role in our journey.

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