We continued our drive through the streets of Windhoek and the surrounding area.
When you see homes made out of tin roof material, you can’t help be moved by it.
Yet, life goes on. When this is your normal, there isn’t much to compare it to.
And at the same time, I don’t think this is specifically an African problem. It’s more of a human situation. When you don’t have much opportunity to see places away from your home, then what can you compare your life to – except others who are in the same situation.