Out of the Office, into the Compound
Huts "You’ve heard us talk about the huts on the compound before but here is a little more insight into what makes a hut a hut. These structures are nice because they are simple to make, long lasting, and stay very cool inside. The bricks are made of baked mud and are held together by cement. The dried grass roofs are thick enough to keep sun and rain out and the big windows allow cool air to blow through. Each hut is held up by a palm tree trunk that is positioned in the center. The huts themselves are multifunctional, as you can see from the photos. The ladies use the hut roofs for drying clothes and the kids usually hang out with their moms inside. Welcome and don’t forget to take off your sandals before coming in." - David
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