Kandore ensi yaawe means "let me see your world" in Runyoro-Rutooro. That's the intention of today's post: to give you a peak at my daily life here in lush Uganda. So without further adieu, I give you pictures!
Me, Arwen, Brian, and Tony at the top of that hill.
My host brother Victor thinks that the dimple in his bread looks like Michael Jackson's chin.
Some of my Trainee friends in front of Kasubi Tombs just days before this UNESCO World Heritage Site was burned to the ground, inciting a series of riots across Kampala. The Tombs were the burial site of the kings of Buganda (the largest kingdom in Uganda), an important cultural site for the Baganda people. Inside that gigantic hut, we got to drink traditional Baganda beer. I didn't care for it; it tasted like a mixture of expired sangria and bacon bits.
Me doing a handstand in two hemispheres.
Case in point: equatorial sunset.
Enjoy the pretty pictures. I'll have a wordier update soon.