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Siena Anstis

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Jun 11th, 2007
The road to Gulu is pitiful. The drive just out of Kampala takes one hour because of congestion due to the delayed construction of an overpass and potholes riddle the road left and right, forcing...
Jun 8th, 2007
We took the rickety van up to the Baha'i temple, the only one in Africa (there is one on every continent). On the way there, we drove through slums on the exterior of central Kampala. Although it...
May 8th, 2007
I woke up around 6 a.m. Ugandan time during the London-Entebbe flight, to a beautiful sunrise of piercing reds, oranges, and yellows above a thick layer of rolling clouds. Uganda, I thought. Here I...
Apr 25th, 2007
Departure The countdown is almost over. I'm flying to Uganda in less than two weeks. While preparation has been a bit haphazard, vaccinations here and there, picking up extra supplies every other...
Mar 15th, 2007
Identity. A thousand different ways to define it. My latest realization is that I'm a "cosmopolitan:" someone who finds no peace of mind in regular routines and similar environments. As...
Mar 15th, 2007
Identity. A thousand different ways to define it. My latest realization is that I'm a "cosmopolitan:" someone who finds no peace of mind in regular routines and similar environments. As...
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