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Looking back at my time at Potter's Village.

Well my time at Potter’s Village has come to a close and I have moved to Kisiizi now (more on that later!). In moving on I’d like to recap on my time at Potter’s and update you on some of those in my care. 678 more words

Mission

The beauty of the“Switzerland of Africa”-South-Western Uganda

In an effort to promote domestic tourism in Uganda, the Uganda Tourism Association (UTA) in collaboration with Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) organized a tour to South-Western Uganda featuring cultural and Natural attractions and features in Kabale and Kisoro districts also known as the… 848 more words

Cultural Tourism

Lake Bunyonyi, Uganda

Located in Southwestern Uganda lies beautiful Lake Bunyonyi.  Surrounded by terraced mountains with a patchwork pattern of crops, the views are stunning. A half days drive from Kampala, you can reach the nearby towns of Kabale and Kisoro by bus, taxi or special hires. 135 more words

Hiking

Celebrations

I practically spent this past week celebrating, as many special days happened to all be right next to each other. On Monday, a group of us travelled to Kisoro, the most southwestern town of Uganda, for a regional celebration of Peace Corps’ 50th anniversary in Uganda. 488 more words

Life In Uganda

RDC-Rwanda/Ouganda : Plus aucune trace des ex-M23 chez les voisins.

RDC-Rwanda/Ouganda : Plus aucune trace des ex-M23 chez les voisins.

Les ex-M23 se seraient volatilisé de leurs retranchements en Ouganda et au Rwanda. Ils ne sont plus visibles dans leurs cachettes dans les villes ougandaises et Rwandaises de Kampala, Gisenyi, Kasese et Kigali.

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R.I.P. Kisoro - Fun Wid Us

Gorilla Kisoro died few days ago from echinococcosis he suffered from for couple of years. He was 25.

Few months ago, when I took pictures of gorillas, his photos were the best and I had chosen this one for my online galleries with the title “Silverback”. 39 more words

Amazing

Birding at Echuya Forest Reserve

Fred Hodgson writes:

Lots of birders will no doubt have driven through parts of Echuya Forest Reserve as it lies on the main Kabale to Kisoro road. 543 more words

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