The most unwelcome visitor to my apartment is sadly also one of the most frequent – the power cut. As office air conditioning units conspire to overload the city’s power grid, I expect electricity to periodically disconnect during the day.
A cheer erupted as the new alumni waved their degrees above their heads. I looked out upon a sea of smiles and laughing eyes peeking out from under mortarboards. After years of dedicated study, law students had now become law
I first met Fungai at a local arts festival. His stand contained a number of striking sculptures in polished black springstone, brown streaked serpentine and speckled fruitstone shaped into the outline of strong African features and figures. I gazed at
Intruders include: 1) Mosquitos (an irritant, but an expected one at least) 2) Jumping spiders (not aesthetically pleasing but the variety I have encountered thus far are harmless) 3) Tropical House Geckos (their gawkish, unblinking faces are rather friendly, and
Manga, the city of Beira, Sofala Province, Mozambique. As I write it is six am, dawn has arrived and the noisy neighbourhood cockerel is leading other, more melodic birdkind in a sunrise refrain. Their song is punctuated by an occasional
My last blog post was ten weeks and 5350 miles ago and so I guess an update it is in order. The Mission Trainees’ time at BMS International Mission Centre (IMC) came to an end in May with a
In January I found myself in one of those situations you could not possibly have predicted. As the snow deepened and ice glazed the roads Trainees at the BMS International Mission Centre undertook a work placement in order to gain
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