Uganda isn’t called the Pearl of Africa for no reason. It's full of breathtaking views, tasty food, and awesome people. And it's also where the idea for Taaluma Totes sprang from!
Traveler Carli recently got to experience the awesomeness of Uganda when she visited her college roommate.
Highlights of her trip include learning about the Ugandan culture, participating in their traditions, and seeing animals on a safari.
Carli loves getting to meet the locals wherever she goes, whether that's in Uganda or on missions trips to Nicaragua. Her wish is that you would travel to places you wouldn't normally go to and engage in the culture.
Carli shares in Taaluma's mission to inspire others to travel and to help people all around the world.
With our blog posts, we hope to encourage you to be Ze-brave and earn your stripes…
because the time is now to reach new heights
and be hippo-notized by the beauty of our planet!
Besides, there will always be time for lion around later... ;)
There are a ton of places to love on this Earth
and each place is truly one in a chameleon.
Thanks Carli for sharing your amazing photos of Uganda with us!
And thanks for picking out awesome fabric for this week’s tote!
Here’s to blessing the rains down in Africa and wherever else you might go & to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!
-the Taaluma Team
Photos by Traveler Carli Dotson
PS. Plus another tote we know Uganda love
Hey Toters, what’s Athen-in’?
Back in 2019, travelers Eileen and Lesley visited Athens, Greece. They loved it so much that they wanted to encourage you to visit “the city of the violet crown” someday too. If you ever get the chance to go to Athens,
…you Odyssey the Porch of the Caryatids on the north side of the Acropolis
Traveler Tim Gibson loves seeing new parts of the world. His latest ventures took him to the southwest of France.
From visiting his nephew high in the Pyrenees, to enjoying the glorious mountain views of the region, and to partaking in the spectacular French cuisine.
"Singapore is a country where old and new exist side-by-side.
From walking downtown through the streets lined with gleaming skyscrapers, to stumbling upon temples that are over a hundred years old, and to discovering a carefully preserved city block of traditional shop-fronts that date back to colonial days.