I’m hopelessly behind with my posts but I’m going to make an effort to rectify that over the next few days. For now though, let me tell you about our day at the market in Kapoeta last Saturday. Fuel is a rare commodity here now. There is no diesel and we have heard that a permit is now needed to move fuel outside of the capital. We had heard that there might be… Read More
The journey from London to Nairobi to Loki to Narus. Crossing borders, fighting for whiskey and seeing how the world has changed.
Here we go again!! I haven’t written in the same way I did last time about leaving London, the preparations and the goodbyes. I can’t say whether it was more difficult leaving this time or the last. The circumstances were so different in every respect. Firstly South Sudan was a very different place two years ago. It was enjoying its new found independence. There were tribal factions as always but the country… Read More