Mawali’s People

I’ve been in Mawali for about a week now and have discovered that her people are as beautiful as she is.  But dangerous.  Most people will greet strangers with open arms and cries of Isha Nawhei, but others would just as soon stab you in the back and take all that you have.

Click here to read what I’ve discovered about The People of Mawali.

Isha Nawhei, fellow world-walkers!

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