Monday, March 26, 2007

Its been a while since I was last here but thats mainly because I have hardly been settled in one place long enough. That is why I'd like to share some pictures of my travels over the last few months. Enjoy.

A street in Rukungiri Town

Bored Kids outside a church in Nyakajeme, Rukungiri after the service has gone on too long

Ntungamo town's "skyline"


Car trouble in the middle of nowhere on the Fort Portal-Kampala highway at 1am

A view of the Tororo rock as you enter Tororo town from Mbale




The samerock viewed from downtown Tororo

Going up the Elgon mountain ranges. Tried to capture the waterfall but I guess I was too far.
Carrot farmer showing his produce up in the mountain ranges of Wanale sub-county, Mbale.
He'djust nicked some carrots from the chap in previous pic.
Must dash. Next time i'll put up some more pics from Soroti, Kumi, Apac and Masindi.
Ciao

16 comments:

The 27th Comrade said...

Jay the Le-jay-nd is back.
The legend, as in.

Nice shots. And the kids who nicked the carrot, in particular. I can almost see him morph into me... Damn, I robbed Ma's carrots.

ish said...

i like how u made that kid pose with a carrot. forging stories to entertain us. nice!

Cheri said...

Yay....yo boy is back. Jay is back! *Too much Jay Z in my head*

U shd have titled this Jay's travels. Like Gulliver's

The rock, the falls, Nyakageme.....wow. I love yo life right now.

Don't be gone too long.

jkb said...

These pics speak volumes...intact roads, rich soils, healthy looking people, and the harvests.

Yeah, and I can easily tell; that white lining is some kind of a water fall.

Heaven! said...

everybody talks about you here...so i dropped by.now i know why you are the le-jay-nd!

27th:that's cute. couldn't help myself

countryboy said...

e kid with e carrots, that's e winning one! well b back, jay

Kenyanchick said...

Yay!! You're back!

Karibu sana!

Need a traveling companion? I'm available for road trips.

ROLEX MAKER said...

u gotta have it! some brogrens are rappers ---tha CD is out. and from what i hear its ballistic! u gotta have it –mbu the records will take u to paradise. CB did the review.

Fernando Olmos said...

It's my first time checking a blog from your country, but yours is amazing... very well-done
congratulations

checK mine at http://boggito.blogspot.com

fernando

Afro said...

The pics are beautiful! I love the splash of colour in the picture with carrots.

I soo want to visit Uganda, i will make a point of it soon.

eddiie said...

Tororo Rock ROCKS..The view especially when approaching Tororo Town..

That was a scoop!!

Debbie said...

I just love blogs with pics!!!

Thanks for sharing!

Do stop by for a visit with me. :)

:: Suzanne :: said...

love the pics. Thx so much for sharing them

oluka said...

Hey jay thanks for the comment you left on my blog. You come from Uganda,I do to. enjoy the musings.

Elvina Nawaguna said...

Hey, nice pics. First time on your sight and am thinking I should invite you to my photography class. Do you have a flikr account?

Lapa said...

Happy New Year from Portugal.
Literary Greetings