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What I’d really like to see now… a village! We’ve been driving down a dirt road in norther Mozambique for hours; I actually have a blister on my hand from gripping the door handle to avoid smacking my head on the top of my car. We’re lucky it’s dry season, or the whole road would be completely impassable. Occasionally we see another vehicle, or pass someone selling roasted corn, but for the most part, it’s just us out here.

Mozambique is about twice the size of California with a population of 25 million.

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