Travel unlocks the globe, but exploration doesn't always come with a ticket
We all know sitting next to a child on an aircraft isn’t one of life’s great pleasures. However, now that I’m a mother whenever I sit next to a screaming baby, the look I give the parents is one of understanding rather than reproach. In fact, in my travels abroad I have encountered a fair number of seatmates that make the screaming infant in 32C look like an angel. In that vein here are a list of the 5 worst people to ever grace the front of an airline seat. You know you’ve encountered at least one…
Aloysius leaned over from the front seat, his priestly garb long since retired in Kampala over 10 hours ago. “Back to Congo” he said while gesturing to his smartphone’s GPS on Uganda’s ridiculously impressive mobile network. There may not have been electricity, paved roads, or running water, but even here on Uganda’s border with the DRC we were never without a mobile signal. Villagers gathered around solar panels to charge their cells for a few shillings were as common a sight in the Ugandan bush as the massive potholes that dotted the slivers of red dirt in the impossibly green jungle.
Good evening my friends! This blog has been without updates for the last few weeks, as I’ve been off the map literally and figuratively. I’ve spent the last two weeks in the heart of the world’s true frontier, a journey into Uganda near the Congo border. It was one of the most amazing experiences of my life! From tracking mountain gorillas in the border jungles to seeing the raw power of the Nile, it will take me a while to organize my thoughts and share them here, but the upcoming days should be filled with new posts and photographs from one of the most wild places on the planet. It will be worth the wait!