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Kingfishers

I’ve been walking up and down the same stretch of canal for a long time. Around 10 years ago, I saw my first kingfisher and I could hardly believe my eyes.  785 more words

Seeing

On The Road with a Foreign Service Officer Entertaining, Unpredictable and Sometimes Dangerous: Mozambique, Kosovo, Armenia,

Reviews On The Road with a Foreign Service Officer Entertaining, Unpredictable and Sometimes Dangerous: Mozambique, Kosovo, Armenia, for sale

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My top 5 holiday destinations

I have decided that I have been seriously lacking in the travel journalism on my “Fashion and Travel blog” therefore I must apologise to my readers. 747 more words

Travel

Mozambique.

 The streets are pale and dusty in Praia do Tofo, Mozambique. The frequent calls of “ola Amiga” are easily heard over the gentle hum of chickens scratching for morsels and soft toned Portuguese chit chat. 344 more words

Africa

Weekly Photo Challenge: Nighttime

The moon seen from my hut in Mozambique.

You can read my story here.

Travel

Heidi Baker, the Widow and the Love of Jesus

Earlier this year, Iris Global in Mozambique reported about the devestating floods that struck Mozambique, leaving hundreds of thousands of poor people in big need. Iris has been working hard ever since to rebuild homes and helping local communities develop, while they are also praying for the sick, preaching the Gospel and even raising the dead. 274 more words

Justice & Development

Mozambikes Wins SEED Africa Award 2014

Mozambikes is very pleased to have been honored with the SEED Africa Award 2014! Congratulations to all of the other amazing winners and thanks for a great week in Nairobi for the SEED Symposium. 309 more words

Africa