Monthly Archives: July 2019

What can I buy in eSwatini?

I could not believe there was a frozen section at the grocery stores here. Once again, I was wildly misinformed about what kind of shopping access there would be in eSwatini. I realized pretty early on that eSwatini was not … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo: Koshary

I’ve been in a bit of a food rut and was wondering what I would cook for dinner when I came across this photo of mine of a bowl of koshary, a Cairene staple. I had lunch at Koshary Abou … Continue reading

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A photo tour of my apartment

Seeing as I have lived in my Mbabane apartment for a year, and am moving out in a month, I thought it was about time to show you my home. I have loved it here, and can only expect that … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo: Ezulwini view

I went to a funeral today for someone from work. A better description may be calling hours, which are all-day, every day between someone’s death and burial. There was singing, praying, and a few readings from the Bible. The location … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo: Beginning another round of goodbyes

It’s that time of year again when PCVs start going home as they finish their service. The Fourth of July was the last time everyone is guaranteed to be together. Nine PCVs from my group made it through a third … Continue reading

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