No Silêncio da Luz – Celso Zaqueu

Maputo is quite a diverse city. Anyone can fit in and find his/her social group. I find that it is the city where you find most open minded people in Mozambique. So when a friend who’s very open minded and artistic decides to organize a photographic exhibit, all you got to do is wait anxiously for the big day. And that is exactly what I … Continue reading No Silêncio da Luz – Celso Zaqueu

Xizoro: African Print /Impressão Africana

On my quest to learn more and see more of what my country Mozambique) has to offer, I stumbled upon Xizoro, a clothing brand that focuses on the traditional fabric, capulana. I met the owner through a very good friend of mine and I just so happened to find out that he does such cool things with the fabric. Xizoro is not the only business … Continue reading Xizoro: African Print /Impressão Africana

Macadamia Oil for My Skin? Why not?

Let’s talk about skin for a minute. I mean, I’m pretty sure I am not the only girl or maybe even boy who would love to have that perfaect-snapchat filter-selfie-glowing skin. aIf you have read my previous posts and know about my african black soap routine, then you should already know that my skin is almost getting there (laughs out loud, I want to believe … Continue reading Macadamia Oil for My Skin? Why not?

ALKEMI: Mozambican Online Fashion Store

Fashion has always been a big thing, anywhere. I mean, who doesn’t want to look good right? Sure, we do find people who do not give a rat’s ass about being fashionable, being IN or having designer clothes. But even those people got to have clothes right? So I’m pretty sure we answered “Yes” on those questions. Now on to the good stuff. Mozambique does … Continue reading ALKEMI: Mozambican Online Fashion Store