Makerere University in Uganda Makerere University is Uganda's largest university. It was first established as a technical school in 1922. After the visit to the Makerere University, Saim goes to a market near Lake Victoria.
Running time: 122 seconds
Wild Water Rafting and Markets in Kampala, Uganda For adventurous tourist there are rafting tours on the River Nile. But if you're not up for the wild rafting, you can visit the tea and coffee plantations or the markets in Kampala.
Running time: 546 seconds
Exploring the Life in Tunisia Tunisia is the smallest country among the rest of north African countries. It has a rich cross-culture, which has a mix of Andalusian, African, European and Arab cultures.
Running time: 408 seconds
Local Instruments in Uganda In Uganda there are different types of instruments and they're made out of wood by the local people.
Running time: 260 seconds
Visit the Uganda National Park in Uganda Uganda is famous for its National Park and safaris. It has green lands of thousands of square kilometers in size, where all kinds of animals live.
Running time: 456 seconds
Visit Ginza Street in Tokyo, Japan Japan is one the most expensive countries in the world. It's also one of the most densely populated as well, because they don't have much land. Ginza street in Tokyo is also crowded with people at night, who go out for shopping.
Running time: 206 seconds
Fruits and Yoyogi Park in Tokyo, Japan The fruits in Japan are extremely expensive. If you are an important guest, you will get to eat a melon. Saim also goes to the Yoyogi Park in the densely populated Tokyo.
Running time: 198 seconds
Visit Kimono Shows in Japan Modern Japanese women don't wear kimonos any longer, but the Japanese organize kimono shows once a year to keep the tradition alive.
Running time: 489 seconds
Aoi Matsuri Festival in Kyoto, Japan Kyoto is an old capital and it's full shrines and palaces. The biggest festival in Kyoto is the Aoi Matsuri Festival and it's held annually on May 15th.
Running time: 153 seconds