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Aimless in Arashiyama

Arashiyama is quite the hot spot in Kyoto, with glowing bamboo posters hanging freely across the city. Heck, there’s one on my way home, in addition to the one in the AKP building, just near the subway, in the lobby of another building on campus . 778 more words

2016

Jinja, Mbale & Mt Elgon updates

Thanks to my co-author Andrew Roberts for these latest updates:

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The Deli has moved to a new site at the western end of Main Street. 260 more words

Explore the sights & sounds at the Source of River Nile…

The Source of the river Nile is a world-famous site everyone has studied about in their geography classes and it’s on the bucket list of many curious adventurers. 923 more words

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To The Nile And BEYOND -Day 3

The best day of this trip is today!

Started off with us chilling and lounging around,swimming and basically doing nothing. Then later on we went on a boat cruise and just be chilling. 111 more words

Nile River Camp

Rokkosan:  Mukoyama and Mukatsuhime

The modern city of Kobe lies between the Rokkosan 六甲山 mountains and the sea. In a previous post, we wrote about the megaliths of Rokkosan. These mountains are the locale of a fascinating story with both historical and linguistic interest. 445 more words

Hotsuma

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Kyoto Shrines: Matsunoo, Tsukiyomi, Kaiko no Yashiro, Umenomiya

There are many notable shrines in Kyoto. Matsunoo Taisha is well known, but the Tsukiyomi Jinja next door is not. There is an interesting shrine which is popularly known as Kaiko no Yashiro, Shrine of Silkworms. 516 more words

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