It may be a never ending handshake. But, that is a good sign. This is a short clip on how Ugandans shake hands.
I must preface my blog posts to this page. Although this blog is generally based on travel, the content I post on the mission to Uganda may not fit the normal profile you have been used to reading on this Read on! →
Today is a day I will never forget. Although it was difficult I will cherish it for so many reasons. Those first world jokes we pass around and laugh off – over it. You don’t know first world problems unless Read on! →
It’s a trend that can be seen across the province. Areas, neighbourhoods, towns and cities of Saskatchewan have experienced record growth, rejuvination and revitilization. Why? Well, with a leading economy comes a healthy increase in population growth. People have been drawn to our Read on! →
I have created a dedicated page for my mission to Uganda, please join me at: www.travellinlady.com/mission-to-uganda. Additional travel stories regarding this adventure will remain on my home page. I am also excited to share with you that I am headed to London, Read on! →
I am off on a new adventure, monthly. A great one at that. I am stoked to writing a monthly travel piece (and providing photography) for a great Saskatchewan publication, PINK (http://www.getcompass.ca/home/pink-magazine/latest-issue/.) The articles will cover towns/cities and areas in Saskatchewan Read on! →
I am reaching out today to friends of my blog, social media contacts from Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. I need your help. You see, I have submitted an application to visit Uganda as part of a Canadian Co-operative Association Read on! →
Ok, it’s official, Saskatchewan birding is awesome!! I love being a new birder and learning all about neat birdy behaviours! There is so much to learn though. I was told today that I really need to travel up north and Read on! →