Week 3.5: Getting Down to Business June 13th 2015 It was an interesting, if not wholly productive, week here in Mozambique. I started the week off thoroughly uselessly with a rainy, kinda gloomy Sunday where I basically just worked in my room and/or putzed about on my computer. Not must to do when the weather is nice – zilch to do when it’s crappy and you can’t plan for anything. Oh well.
Monday came and introduced me to the in ... 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