I love the fruit in Timor Leste. The sweetness of bananas and zing of grapefruits are two (very simple) reasons that I’ve returned to this spectacular country!
Yesterday, I visited the home of a Timorese friend, Anita. Her backyard has a banana tree that towers over the household kitchen sink. There are young bananas on the tree and my dear friend Vina suggests we cook with them later this week.
Alright – I’m in.
Continue reading “Bananas, Papaya, Laughter and more…”
A tired but content girl is filing from Dili this evening.
The day began with some quick Tetun over breakfast with dear Aneu. This man has the patience of a saint. Aneu helped me to summarise the project and prepare to greet the Village Chief later on today.
Continue reading “Sunshine and Patience…”
I don’t know whether the feeling in my stomach is because of nerves or the antimalarials. I’m thinking it’s both.
Today I’ll reach Dili, Timor Leste, also known as East Timor. I’ll be reacquainted with my Timorese older ‘sister’ and her family. We’ll spend our time cooking and I’ll be learning all about food in Timor. Continue reading “Dili.”