By Betty Levitov
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Later I learn another piece of biography, also in condensed form, of Albert’s affair with a married Danish woman in 1990 and the fact of another daughter, Brigita, born in 1994, a child whom he hadn’t included in the drawing of his family tree. I now add to my interesting collection of impressions about Albert his tendency to ruminate lengthily on subjects such as philosophy, religion, ethnicity, history, and politics, and to be elliptical, even elusive, about matters of the heart. In the afternoons I meet the students at the Via Via restaurant for Swahili class with various local people who help with the instruction.
Just like that. I wondered if this was absolute impulse or if he’d thought about offering earlier in Vic Falls. What did I know about Gavin then? Nothing—except that he was Australian and he’d driven in Namibia before. He was lively, fun, and positive, but the main thing was he actually volunteered and I was desperate. Our ﬁrst driver, Rector, a friend of our guide, Murray, and like him a Shona from Lake Karibu, had worked as a mechanic and had built the van himself. He drove his car carefully and lovingly.
At lunch the ingredients might not be bought from the market, although the proprietor will not admit it. He takes my order, disappears into the back room, and returns to sit in his chair and drink chai, Indian black tea made with milk, tea masala (ginger, cloves, black pepper, cardamom), and lots of sugar. Since I carry my backpack, with book and journal, I don’t mind the long waits, and I also see this as a chance to talk about his life and learn something about the Indian community. I ask him about living in Arusha.
Africa on Six Wheels: A Semester on Safari by Betty Levitov