Ugandan Families stick together, they don’t fly far from the nest. This is partly due to culture and tradition, and financial constraints.
Knowing just a few words, particularly greetings in the local language will make you feel like a pro and will get you a lot of surprised laughs.
One of the joys of travelling to a new country is trying out the local delicacies. Here’s a taste of some of the most popular Ugandan foods.
Rubuguri, pronounced more like “roo-boo-gally” is a little town nestled in a long valley between the stately peaks that exemplify this region.