I'm explaining that even I can't understand what the poster says because it is in Arabic, but that it doesn't matter because we are only looking at the pictures today and discussing what we like best.
Then they started asking a question about one of the pictures and they had "n" (não, for no - we don't like this picture) by all the mosquitoes...
I only realized after the fact that the instructions had gotten lost in translation and they all thought it was a kind of test where they had to find the right answers. :(((((
Mozambique: Week 3 June 6th 2015 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 more
Africa » Mozambique » Southern » Inhambane Almost five centuries as a Portuguese colony came to a close with independence in 1975. Large-scale emigration by whites, economic dependence on South Africa, a severe drought, and a prolonged civil war hindered the country's development. The ruling ... ... read more
Born in Louisiana, raised in Beaufort, South Carolina, and serial transplant thereafter. I went to school (the first time) at Clemson University for a BS in Microbiology and Molecular Biology, then moved to London for a few years to work in media, relocated to New Orleans for the next 8 years and became an RN with degrees from Our Lady of the Lake College and Louisiana State University, and currently study at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia getting a dual masters in nursing (MSN) and public health (MPH). That's the academic resume, the travel one is a little more complicated, bu... full info