Skip just started reading your book.Cannot believe it. But the chapter 2 the incident you described is really fresh in my mind. I was there. My aunt lived in that building we were in section one and though we had no phones word reached us. I was very young then.I remember a Seychellois lady who was a Jehovahs Witness with her bible praying out loud. This was after the priest left. I also remembered the quarry (doom) where we learnt to swim and after the drowning of the two boys we stopped going there. Boy its like living through that again.You have done a great job. I wish you all the success. Well done. Percy Sequeira, Toronto,Canda!
I enjoyed finding out more on the Goan links between Africa 13 November 2016
I enjoyed finding out more on the Goan links between Africa, the UK and India. Especially as I have a number of friends and acquaintances with that background. Aspects of his life resonated with me, having grown up in Africa, moved to Europe with some time in the UK, and now living in Australia.
If you are interested in Kenyan history, and Goan history relating to British colonialism, you will enjoy this clear and concise reflection of Cyprian’s experiences.
Hello St Teresa's Class '61: