In The Gambia, monsters don’t just live in children’s nightmares – they’re real.
Marching through the village, kankarangs “roar their terrible roars and gnash their terrible teeth and roll their terrible eyes and show their terrible claws” … and … clang their terrible machetes. Then, with the help of a posse of teenagers, the masquerade known as a kankarang snatches the little boys up and takes them out to the bush for circumcision.
This edition of “From the Kitchen” comes from my hut. I usually eat lunch with my host family, but cook my own breakfast and dinner….
Interior decorating is a daunting creative process no matter where you live. But if your dwelling is a modest cement structure in the middle of the bush, you have to be even more inventive.
Here’s how I turned my hut into a home. Learn from my “pro tips” and start your own transformation today.
This is what happens when a mother-daughter duo obsessed with monkeys gets too close to the primates. Here are only a few of the dozens of pictures…
I’ve been sportin’ asobis long before they were cool. So imagine my excitement when I finally found myself in a country where asobis are…