I love Mozambique.

I’ve got to be honest. I’m excited about our next move to Malawi; new places to explore, new people to meet, new lessons to learn and of course – new blog material!!! But I can’t deny that I am going to miss Mozambique. Mozambique in all her beauty, ugliness and chaos has been a journey I will never forget! In my final couple months of living in Mozambique, I hope to share with you a little bit of my life here; what I see in Mozambique.

Watch dog

We see things not as they are, but as we are.

    – H.M. Tomlinson

The lone Sailor      Cleaning fish

Beach gathering    Just arrived

I wonder how many people I’ve looked at all my life and never seen.

– John Steinbeck

Wall watcher     Dusty roads

What can you do to promote world peace?

Go home and love your family.

-Mother Teresa

Siesta in the fish market      Shop keeper

A hard days work.

Hair Inspection     Childs play

One day, in retrospect,

the years of struggle will strike you

as the most beautiful.  –   Sigmund Freud

Happy fisherman    Thumbs up

No-one has the right to consume happiness

without producing it.

– Hellen Keller

The market bookshop in Beira

A man’s bookcase will tell you everything you’ll ever need to know about him.

– Walter Mosley

The Great fish market Escape

The Great Fish Market Escape.

Car mirror protection

Secure your car mirrors by engraving every one of them, otherwise they WILL be stolen.

Net Porters     Onlooker

We never know which lives we influence, or when , or why.

– Stephen King

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