Trina Moyles

Trina Moyles

Trina Moyles is a Canadian freelance writer and photographer living in Kabale, Uganda, and volunteering with the Kigezi Healthcare Foundation. She writes about the collision of culture, community development, politics and sustainable living on her personal blog The Bean Tree.

Trina makes the move from travelling to living.
September 15, 2014

16 Ways to Say "Banana"

I say "banana" and you say. . ."kabaragala"?
How chocolate farmers are conserving Nicaragua’s rainforests.
Trina removed the iconic maple leaf from her backpack. Here, she explains why.
Taking a traditional Mayan bath in Comitancillo, Guatemala.
Trina visits a market in Guatemala and makes a surprising discovery.
What does an influx of tourism mean for Guatemala's most famous city?
For communities living on the edge of animal territory, nature rules.
The UN calls insects a sustainable food source. Trina calls them a delicious treat.
November 21, 2013

Uganda vs. Rwanda

Trina contemplates the Rwandan side of the border; taxis, borders and brioche.
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