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I had a very interesting conversation with one of my boss’ maids, Hilda, after leaving “Wild is Life Game Park” last Wednesday. I was showing her pictures of the animals and enthusiastically talking about the cheetah and the kudu. She paused, thoughtfully, and asked, “Why is it that white people treat animals with more respect […]

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The five course “crumble” meal that Jo served me upon my arrival in Paris. First 3 courses ony pictured. Cauliflower soup, with a bread crumble To cleanse the palate: plain yogurt, cucumber, and granola crumble The main event: leek and onion in beschamel sauce topped with a savory and nutty crumble The following 3 shots […]

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Salathiel is my boss’ driver. I may have mentioned him in a post or two, but if I haven’t, I really like him. He is in his 50s and is a very kind, soft-spoken man with an infectious smile. He gives off the impression that he would never hurt a fly.And he wouldn’t, as he’s […]

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I’ve spoken a few times about my neighbor, Lance. I wanted to dedicate an entire blog entry to him because he has told me so many stories about life in Zimbabwe. It’s really been quite a truthful, shocking gaze into the life of a white Zimbabwean farmer. I held off writing until now because I […]

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