I just wanted to share a few normal commute videos with you all just for fun. They’re nothing special, just a little bit of our normal.
Here in Mozambique we drive on the left side of the road and the ride side of the car, which is completely backward to the way you drive in the States.
Here many families have a bicycle for their commute. The girls always enjoy discovering what creative things are carried and strapped onto bikes here. Here the largest car has the right-of-way, but bicycles kind of ride everywhere in the road so, as a driver, you always have to be on the lookout for bicycles, pedestrians (who do not have the right-of-way here), motorcycles and obviously other cars. Also, something new to us here is that you also need to make quick judgement calls about the size of your vehicle, the width of the street, low hanging branches, turn-around locations, puddle depths, and even bridge construction. Hehe. It’s all just a part of the fun of driving here. =)