Travel Tips

BY MILLY WANG How to get around successfully With summer and good weather coming to an end, I thought that this would be a good opportunity to reflect back on those sunny days and all the travelling, in various different modes, that I had done! 1. Always wear good, comfortable shoes when walking Okay, well, if all you’re are going to do is walk a couple of meters outside to get in a car, walk a couple of meters after you get out of a car, and sit for the rest of the time, then it wouldn’t really matter what …






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A Muzungu Among Ugandans

My summer eating, traveling, and finding true love in the Pearl of Africa. How do I even begin to describe life in Uganda? I guess I could try describing it the way books do: Uganda is incredibly diverse in terms of people and of geography. Uganda is home to sixty-five indigenous communities and boasts a landscape as varied as the stereotypical African savannah; rife with lions and other wildlife, with rainforests and swamps. And then there’s the pessimistic perspective: Uganda’s equally known for its diversity of problems, from poverty to AIDS to corruption. But after spending nine weeks in Masaka, …






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