All in Africa

Seven years ago, our friends Fran and Libby set off on an adventure in Sumbawanga, Tanzania.  They encountered diseases, worked with Catholic brothers, and attempted to teach at the local school.  Originally published as a series on the blog last year, we wanted to revisit Fran's entertaining account of their time in this African town.   These are their stories.

Tidbits from the Seychelles

I'm sitting beneath a fig tree, on my belly, looking up at a somewhat run down tropical home.  The wind is strong, blowing away any bugs and the occasional towel, but the sea remains calm.  We're at Port Luanay, on the northern coast of Mahe, the largest island of the 115 that make up the Seychelles.