First of all… I finally got my iPhone back, and NO, it’s not unlocked. I’ve been a customer of Sprint for about 10 years now, but they refuse to unlock it while we’re stationed here in Tanzania. So I guess they save $200 bucks on the phone but lose thousands in […]


I’ve always believed that you can never really understand a culture until you learn the language. Seemingly simple things, like the words people choose in everyday conversation, reveal much more about their traditions and values than many people expect. That’s why I’ve decided to try and learn Kiswahili. I had […]