We visited numerous farms during our time in Uganda. One thing that became clear very quickly was that the land is ultra fertile and the diversification among the crops farmers can yield is quite vast. Below is a photo essay Read on! →
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! →
I had the pleasure of enjoying my first African massage yesterday with my colleague Debra Chatterton. I highly recommend this little bit of pleasure when exploring the rural outback of Uganda.
Everywhere you go in Uganda an expression often heard is “you are most welcome here.” This certainly applies to all of the wonderful hosts that we have had over the past week. Ugandans are very gracious hosts to say the 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! →
So after a couple of days in Uganda I know a couple of things to be true: 1. It is hot here and I hear we are just coming off of the winter season. 2. There are a lot of 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! →
Super stoked to share with you that one of my images won a contest called: Taking the Pulse. It was put on by local newspapers, the Leader-Post and Star Phoenix. Basically they were seeking an image that would depict every Read on! →