Postcard from…Dili

Before you say ‘where on earth is Dili?’ – close your eyes, imagine the warm sun on your shoulders, the lapping of waves, the wave of coconut palm and banana trees, children excitedly shrieking “bom dia malai”  (hello foreigner), the roar of UN vehicles, the hum of blackhawk helicopters and the blasting of Indonesian pop songs.   Welcome to Dili, the capital of Timor-Leste/East Timor.

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