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The loathes, loves and laughs of a Welsh girl currently living in Uganda. Featuring tales of derring-do, mishaps, fortunate events, wee observations etc. I have the propensity of falling over in public.. a lot.

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Latest Blog Posts for Ali's in Wanderland

  • Are you shitting me?!
    on Feb 13, 2012
    Of recent times my walk to work has become seriously blighted, not only by parents who think its perfectly acceptable to force you to step out into the road because they and their children deserve the whole of the pavement, but by something marginall...
  • Shitting Hell
    on Feb 13, 2012
    Of recent times my walk to work has become seriously blighted, not only by parents who think its perfectly acceptable to force you to step out into the road because they and their children deserve the whole of the pavement, but by something marginall...
  • One hundred and eeeeeighty
    on Jan 16, 2012
    For me, the best sporting week of the year isn’t the Six Nations finals, Wimbledon, the FA cup, it isn’t even the Olympics when it finally comes around after a 3 year hiatus. In honesty I’m not even sure if my favourite sporting event of the ye...
  • Ali's return to Wanderland
    on Jan 8, 2012
    For weeks… well, months actually, I’ve been thinking that I need to get blogging again. Somehow though time has passed and I have failed to do the simplest of things, write something that could fill this space, this miniscule amount of cyber spac...
  • Life Little Aspects part II
    on May 16, 2011
    As discussed in the first part of Life’s Little Aspects, it’s often best to put your preconceptions aside when it comes to life in East Africa as things are definitely not always as they seem.OpenessIf there’s one thing that can be said for Ug...
  • A little planning goes a long way
    on May 8, 2011
    If there is a city that is less pedestrian friendly than Kigali I’m yet to find it. Maybe it’s because I am the daughter of not one, but two, town planners that I pay attention to such things, but I’m pretty sure that any visitor to the capital...
  • Pressing issues
    on May 3, 2011
    Sometimes I am genuinely shocked by what I see in the newspapers here in Uganda. Yes, by all means report the facts but there are ways and means. Like in most countries the quality of journalism relies heavily on which paper you chose to read but eve...
  • Picking the perfect pineapple
    on May 3, 2011
    When surviving almost solely on carbohydrates it is essential that one takes steps to prevent scurvy. The best way to do this, in my non-medical opinion, is via good old fruit and veg. A delicious tomato and avocado sandwich here, some spaghetti with...
  • Catch it, kill it!
    on Apr 28, 2011
    Today I committed mass murder. Now, before you start calling the authorities, or start referring to me as Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, or another dictator of your choice let me explain. The murder was of mosquitoes, and maybe an innocent spider or two. T...
  • Women's Troubles
    on Apr 26, 2011
    Let’s face it, as Tammy Wynette sang sometimes it’s hard to be a womaaaaan. I concede that it may also sometimes be hard to be a man, but frankly I have very limited experience of that and thus I will talk only about what I know. However, I think...
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