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)
I'm very lucky to be part of the three out of four operator trainings in Uganda. I was supposed to just assist but they asked me to be a trainer. It's weird that I'm still a trainee myself but I don't have any choice. Also, I'm not much of a talker actually so speaking in … Continue reading Through The Lens: Overcoming my Stage Fright
This photo was taken with my very first roll of film. Literally the first frame of the roll as you can see with the frame burn. I didn't know that this is a thing until I read a post from our Facebook Film Group. There's even a dedicated instagram page (@f1rstoftheroll) for this beautiful thing. … Continue reading Through the Lens: First of the Roll