We, the privileged, just have to steer around some serious potholes and pay double (60 dollarcent) for a coconut.
We, the privileged, just have to steer around some serious potholes and pay double (60 dollarcent) for a coconut.
26-01-2011  Category: on the road    Tags: maputo mozambique   

But by now 12 million Mozambicans are affected in a more dramatic way by the rains from the last months. Those who kept their houses can start worrying about this year's staple food: nationwide 10.772ha of mais, rice and beans are affected by floods or too much rain. Rivers keep rising and yet more rain is expected in the next 35 days. Typically, previsions for the center look worst, they will get most of the rainfall while Cahora Bassa Dam is already releasing nearly four times its normal discharge into the Zambezi.

New Year's Day in TofuAfricanis-GSD mix, 18 months old, going through her most rebellious period yet.The 'waste land' next to the Game supermarket, home of the Automóvel & Touring Clube de Maputo, with a carting and offroad track.We, the privileged, just have to steer around some serious potholes and pay double (60 dollarcent) for a coconut.Morning light in the garden with a grass eating dog in the backgroundAfricanis GSD mix at 19 monthsAfricanis GSD mix at 19 months