Where are the birds?

I don’t know where the birds are. I’ve been in the city of Ketapang for about a week now, and I’ve managed to find only seven species of birds. Seven. Three swifts, a swallow, a bulbul, a sparrow, and a munia. That’s it. It’s not like Ketapang is some bustling

Arrival in Borneo

I severely neglected this blog while I was in Uganda. I plan to share those stories and photographs at some point, but for now, there are more current tales to tell! Two days ago, I arrived here in Ketapang—a small city located on the western coast of the island of

The big bats of Kampala

A few nights ago, I ended up on the roof of the hostel enjoying a sundowner along with most of the other guests here. We shared our travel stories and plans while watching the horizon turn to orange through the hazy Kampala air. I found myself a bit distracted from

Where I am. (Where I’m going.)

I’m having a staring contest with a lizard. He’s doing his best to keep an eye on me without leaving the cover of a little gap in the roofing next door. It’s the height of the second wet season here in Uganda. Drier than the first wet season, they say.

Welcome!

This post is mainly here to provide the featured image for my website theme, but welcome to my blog! I plan to share stories and photographs here, but don’t expect posts to appear with any regularity…

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