I would like to walk Oreo around the neigborhood as much as I can. And with these little walks that I get to know my dog more. From one of our walks, I realized that she loves the grass. Any kind of grass. Maybe playing with the goats back in Mbale sorta made her believe … Continue reading Walking with Oreo
One of the perks of my job is being able to travel to different places. Pictured below is Mount Muhabura as seen from a village in Kisoro District, Uganda. It lies along the border of Uganda and Rwanda. Mount Muhabura According to my Ugandan colleague, the name Muhabura means "The Guide" in the local language. … Continue reading Mount Muhabura | Uganda
I think this is my first time to stop at a sunset here in Kampala, Uganda. You see, I’m not a sunset or sunrise person. Well maybe one time when I was travelling in Siem Reap, Cambodia. I woke up at 3 or 4 AM to witness the most majestic yet crowded sunrise in my … Continue reading Kampala Sunset
As the only OFW of our highschool barkada, I don't get to go to 90% of the gala. May it be a hike, beach trip or just a coffee shop hangout. There was a point in my life that I feel alienated from my friends. I left every group chat. I felt alone. I was … Continue reading Saigon Travel Experience
Last December 2017, we decided to travel to Kenya from Uganda by bus. I took some videos and compiled them to a vlog. Check out my Kenya Travel Vlog here. Thank you!
Two years ago, I wrote this blog post about my near death experiences in Burkina Faso. I got sick with Malaria, missed a coup d'etat and a terror attack. That's why this photo is very important to me. Malaria changed me. I borrowed a couple of paragraphs from that post but you can always check … Continue reading Through the Lens: Malaria in Africa
Rolex is a famous Ugandan street food which is made out of an egg or two sandwiched in a roll of chapati. Chapati or roti is a type of flat bread which originated from India but it is widely popular in this part of the globe because of the huge Indian population in East Africa. … Continue reading Through the Lens: Rolex (not the watch)