We are discovering bugs! 🐜 Yesterday Oliver came in from the backyard holding a bee 🐝 very excited to show me. Naturally I freaked & made him drop it. Before even thinking I stepped on it.... 😭😭😭 poor little man burst into tears! 🤣 next time I won't kill his bug.
Could crickets, grasshoppers, beetles... and wait for it.. dragonfly larvae be the meat of the future? With more than 1,900 edible insect species on Earth, these six-legged critters are becoming an alternative to animal protein and require much less land than raising livestock - and people are loving them!
Misty mountains, pine trees and exotic bugs ⛰⛰⛰
When I woke up yesterday the sun was beaming down so I decided to do the Kyaninga Lodge crater walk with one of my Ugandan friends, happily removing the umbrella and jacket from my bag and adding sunscreen. We returned a few hours later having been caught in a torrential downpour for the last half hour of the walk 🙄
To top it off when I got back to the centre there was a power cut, so with no hot water for a shower it took a couple of hours before we were both able to feel our fingers ⛈ ⛈ ⛈
Took a few photos before that though, some in the good weather and others when the thunder was already starting to rumble. I love the range of landscapes and wildlife you can find within a relatively small area. Shame I didn't manage to capture any of the monkeys in the trees!