In the vast planes of Tanzania a double digit kilowatt herd of solar panels – or PeeVees – has gathered, their silver lined pseudo square checked faces turned torwards the burning sun as a lone bespectacled engineer observes their absolut stillness. It is the biggest herd of its kind outside industrial reservations in Tanzania.
This is a pre-scheduled post due to the fact that I am in South Sudan.
I’m introducing a new Category to this blog – the Intermezzo – to write about things that for some reason didn’t fit the “Journey Journal”.
“In music, an intermezzo (Italian pronunciation: [ˌintɛrˈmɛddzo]), in the most general sense, is a composition which fits between other musical or dramatic entities, such as acts of a play or movements of a larger musical work.”  Continue reading “Intermezzo – The Party”