The Leopard I Almost Missed In The Tree

While on Safari at Queen Elizabeth Park, you will see many animals, such as lions, elephants, cob, eland, monkeys and more but the one elusive animal can be the leopard.

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Lush Carpets of Green Everywhere You Look

Unlike coffee, Uganda has a good trade with it’s tea. Widely grown in the rain forest areas, including Fort Portal, it is like lush carpets of green everywhere you look.

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The Little Girl In Uganda That Captured My Heart

On our way to the airport for my departure, we were driving on the outskirts of Kampala towards Entebbe, when I saw this little girl sitting next to her mom selling fruits and vegetables.

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My Meeting With Two Masai In Uganda

On our way from stopping to take the obligatory photo at the Equator sign to Lake Mburo, we came upon two Masai brothers walking towards Kenya- some 400 miles away.

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Safari Dreams That Finally Came True

Safari from the Swahili word “Journey” has always been a long-held dream of mine. Having been to Uganda before, I never had the opportunity to do a Safari and thus I was not going to miss it this time.

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When Your Memories Just Have To Enough!

The Olive Baboons frequent Queen Elizabeth National Park and Kibale Forest (they are a target for the chimps and so that’s the reason you will find them mostly outside of the park perimeter on the road, just hanging out);

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Why Community Engagement Is Important When You Travel

Many times you will see amazing and beautiful photos of wild animals and landscapes on social media that your friends or family might have taken on their trips to Africa, however how many times do you see photos of them engaging with the local communities?

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If You Can Drive In Uganda You Can Drive Anywhere - Scary But True!

The traffic in Uganda, unlike here is a planning nightmare. Nobody ever promises to be there on time or even close to it because you can't predict what the roads and the traffic will be like. Read on about my experience driving in Uganda.

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My Very First Dance Lesson In Uganda

My friend Maylynn Quan started this initiative a few years ago. The local kids and her had collected 8000 plastic bottles and built this amazing brick bottle hut, so that Yusuf (otherwise known as Byks) and Josephine, who live and work the land along with their children can teach music and dance to the local kids.

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The Hairy Man at Semuliki Hot Springs

There exists folklore amongst the neighboring tribe of the Semuliki Hot Springs, located in the Rwenzori Mountain area about a Hairy Man that gave birth to the Male Hot Springs.

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Imagine My Fears And Theirs

I returned from my first trip to Uganda on August 21, 2018.  It was amazing in so many ways. However, the most amazing thing of all was all the young women I met and the lives I get to change through photography.

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