I’m working with the people in my village to become a successful member of the community and a volunteer. The village that I live in is Songwe and is on the great east road between Katete and Chipata. There are about 500 people, 1 school, 3000 cattle, 52 fish ponds (some of witch hold millions of tadpoles, are only about a foot deep, have trees growing in them and are abnormal shapes; but its a start) and an unknown amount of goats. Its a great village tucked in between hills that supply the village with ample water, great for farming. I am getting used to the village life; eating food cooked over a fire and bucket baths. I think I have a bit of a problem with these giant bees that are eating holes in my walls and in the beams of the roof. I also have just bought rat traps due to a small infestation problem but its not as bad as some of the places I’ve lived in through college at Akron. I’m sure that I can make this place my home, all I need is some furniture and maybe electricity.
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