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
Uganda has a very centralized system. Majority of the malls/outlets can only be found in Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. I'm currently based in Mbale. Roughly three to six hours from Kampala depending on the mode of transportation but I normally take the bus so it's six hours of travel for me. I love … Continue reading Through The Lens: Hopia, Mani, Popcorn