In Msanzi, on several occasions, I was offered a lot of money to grow my hair so it could be turned into a weave for a colleague’'s wife or girlfriend. I turned down these inappropriate propositions because hair is a spiritual extension of the body in some cultures, including my own (I am Tamil).
2009 was a big year for me. I went off the proverbial radar for a while to take stock of my life, had a good think about where I wanted to be, what I wanted to do and most importantly exploring the person that I am at this point in my life. I had some … Continue reading Encounters of the best kind
I'm not much of a long term cricket fan but I remember the days my granddad would steal front row seats in the lounge in order to watch the game unrivaled by us kids. It was actually a great experience as my grandfather was very much into his cricket and he became quite boisterous when … Continue reading Pro20 Cricket Season begins!
I haven't had much time to tell you about the great treasures we found on Inhaca island but nows the perfect opportunity because I was asked via comments on TravelStart blog for a little info on other aspects of Mozambique.The biggest treasure you'll find is the beauty and kindness of the people on the island. … Continue reading Inhaca Island Treasures
Okay so its time now to dip in and give you some idea of what the locals are like on Inhaca Island. Well to say the least, if hospitality is what you're into then you'll get more than you bargained for in Mozambique. The people are friendly and all so welcoming that you'll never feel … Continue reading A Visit to Praia do Farol