A list in no particular order of things not mentioned.
One of the English teachers approached me, through Christina, and asked if I could come and sit in on his class, the following day. From what he said, he made it sound like he wanted me to come talk to his class for a few minutes and show them photos about my life. If someone... Continue Reading →
School starts at 7am, which means everyone is awake at least by 6:30. Most mornings I wake up to what smells of campfire, but it is the burning of trash. Everyone in the neighborhood burns their trash, at different times of day, but the smell is more prevalent in the mornings. This is at the... Continue Reading →
Victor and Christina live in the city of Nampula. Nampula is in the the north eastern part of Mozambique. It's the the third biggest city in the country, and it's relatively diverse. Mozambique as a country drives on the left, which is already a little disorienting. But being in a car is little like you're... Continue Reading →
View from the plane The Nampula airport is the smallest airport I've been to in a couple of weeks. The baggage carousel, the immigration officers stamping passports, security screening, and a customs office are all within 20 feet of each other. And for such a tiny airport, I arrived with maybe 20 other people, in... Continue Reading →