Mozambique: Week 3

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June 6th 2015
Published: June 7th 2015
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Well, another week bites the dust. Actually, I suppose Wednesday was that mark, but since I’m American I mark weeks by weekends. It’s been an eventful week and lots of data collected. The hard part, of course, is always analyzing it. It’s fine recording a conversation, but then trying to transcribe and translate it is no fun. On Monday we went to Nhamaxaxa for the first time to speak with th... Read Full Entry

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This is Isva, the daughter of Magafusso, a nationally known muralist who lives here in Maxixe. Isva has agree to help illustrate some of the comics and she corrects my bad Portuguese as well. She speaks 6 or 7 languages as well. I'm so jealous.
CoH 1CoH 1
CoH 1

This is the CoH's water tank for when the water cuts off or the electricity goes out. I was up early one morning so I went around taking some pictures.

Er Muh Gerd! Can you see what I see???? They are weaver bird nests! So cool.

The Baobab tree outside the CoH

I know I've shown you the neighborhood already, but it's nice in the morning.
Neighborhood AgainNeighborhood Again
Neighborhood Again

Down the road the other way.
Inhambane BayInhambane Bay
Inhambane Bay

Dhows on the bay. I took a trip over to Inhambane at some point and this was on the boat on the way over.
The MoonThe Moon
The Moon

I know this looks odd - but I swear the moon was this bright! It was full and was like a neon light in the night sky lighting up everything. My night-time camera skills are crap, but this kinda gives you an idea.
Road to MaxixeRoad to Maxixe
Road to Maxixe

This is the road to Maxixe, that I walked one afternoon. It took about an hour.
Pastelaria UniversalPastelaria Universal
Pastelaria Universal

Where we get great indian food and have lots of impromptu meetings.

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