‘Location’ is the word used to describe the neighborhoods where black people were confined to during Apartheid.
I decided my first time living in a semi-arid desert climate was a good time to start a garden.
One of the first things we learned in training was how to hand wash clothes.
Cooking classes on preparing healthy meals was one of the first programs I ran here at the hospital.
These budget travel adventures are all affordable on a Peace Corps budget, theoretically. Still working on completing all ten adventures! My favorite ones are the ones with food.
“Aslan was gone. But there was a brightness in the air and on the grass, and a joy in their hearts” – The Horse and His Boy, The Chronicles of Narnia
‘Kind of a Big Dill’ is a series that looks at the food and food culture of Namibia. This post is about meat consumption and the braai, because they’re a big deal here.
An agnostic Peace Corps Volunteer attends a Seventh Day Adventist church. Here’s why.
First time adding hair to my hair. Rasta style.
Ladies and gentlemen, the sounds of Namibia.