Kampala

Part three in a continuing series of photos from my Ugandan adventure…

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Here’s Adam, yours truly and Ray, spending our first day in Africa becoming acquainted with the bustling metropolis of Kampala.

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Some culture shock came with a visit to the bustling Nakasero market…

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… In the form of these fried crickets, a local snack. I wasn’t kidding when I wrote that I tried one, and it was surprisingly unremarkable in taste—just a little salty is all. It did kinda suck that I had either an antenna or intestine stuck between my teeth for the next couple of hours, though.

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One of the many approaching thunderstorms that would visit us on our trip. I was a little worried that we were in Uganda at the height of rainy season, but it turned out to be a blessing… Lots more foliage, and much less dust!

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One Response to Kampala

  1. Lord Wat says:

    Man, we’re looking old.

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