The bodaboda drivers gather on the corner of the church and the hospital, which forms a busy joint between the quite peninsula and the loud uswahilini split by Kimweri Avenue. Named after one of the biggest chiefs in Tanzania.
Kahawa na kashata
'Kahawa' - coffee, in Swahili, is boiled in big kettles and served in small cups with kashata (sweet peanut with sugar and coconut) in Uhuru Park in Tanga in Tanzania. Cups are made in China, and are seen from here over Juba to Sarajevo!
Woman on way to wedding in Zanzibar
PhD Student, MA in African Studies, former journalist and development worker. Home is Copenhagen. Heart tilted towards the Balkans & Africa.
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