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Feels like a very beautiful place with beautiful people. Your streets remind me to my country lol, Greetings from Mexico! Peace
Yes, totally beware the Boda Boda! HAHAH Really great to hear your perspective on Uganda. I moved to Kampala 5 years ago and make vlogs about what life is really like living in Kampala and different perspectives regarding Uganda on my channel. Really nice to see more people making videos about Uganda. Glad you came and hope you visit again.
We Ugandans we welcomes everyone......no racism
Ahh man look at all of those wonderful people,absolutely wonderful, it looks beautiful to see those bustling crowds,families, couples ,excitement energy, wonderful
Wow, Paris looks oddly different than what I expected.
Almost like someone dropped a grain of rice in the pepper shaker🤣
Thank you for sharing. Uganda is on my big dream wish Travel list
Nothing wrong with being a minority in a crowd as long as the people are good.
In Uganda even when u r white or black, we dont care so much. Everyone is the same, we are welcoming ,where u only feel lonely is when u dont want to talk to anyone but besides that it's never felt alone. You just have to be careful with crossing the road bcz of motorcycles and pick pocketer,( truth) . Advice : next tym u go back, try to film but holding your phone so tied , sometimes it just disappears. Then change the title too.
This is how i feel in Malmö Sweden my friend !
Haha the man and wife fighting theater was great. Some real acting talent to be found at that spot.
"A white man alone…"
There are lots of mzungus in Uganda. I have lived there for 27 years. People are some of the friendliest. And Kampala is a pretty safe city.
Everything looks very well organised.
Brussels on a sunny day, just beautiful seeing my countries capital thrive
What!? lol @
Man ur in Kampala ur safe we will come every one just relax and enjoy your self brother
To all the this-looks-like-Paris-or-London guys, please just relax and be more respectful. I, for one, am very grateful that this guy chose to share his Uganda adventure with the rest of us, because he didn't have to, and his warm recommendation of Sudanese foul/ful(?) has inspired me to try to make it this next weekend.
I went to Harlem NYC once and a crowd started gathering. It was pretty sketch. Then this older man stopped a bus in the middle of the street and told me to get on. Not sure why but I thank that man as I think he was concerned for my safety.
Reminds me of my Time in Mombasa. Looks very much like Uganda.