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Airport B Mozambique

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In this country they sell everything on the streets. Everything from birds, to fruits, meat,
tabaco, you name it, they sell it.
Although it’s a really poor and undeveloped city for me they all looked so happy, it’s almost
a different dimension.
In the neighborhoods they have small stores based on local businesses. The conditions that they have in there are really bad, the water is ontaminated, there is no basic sanitation, the houses are destroyed.

Overwhelming and confusing would be understatements if I was to describe their public transportation.
Having all that said, one thing I learned during this trip and that I hopefully was able to portray in my final work is that their happiness isn’t measured in the things that they have, but in the fact that they enjoy life to
the fullest.

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