Mark Pedder is a friend of mine who is a missionary to a large slum in Manilla. The slum is located on top of a garbage dump. Today, he showed photos of his home in BASECO. It’s an eyeopening experience for us Westerners.
Today you get a look inside our little home. It’s cute, it’s quaint, very functional and is all ours…the bank does not own it…
First pic is our kitchen and a little bit of shelving for storage. To the right there are tools and stuff for the bike. We are very upper class, we have a fridge and a two burner gas stove.
Next the bed room and clothes storage area. The bed sits on storage containers with more sheets and towels, again, another practical storage area.
Over in the right hand corner, near the bed, is my office – laptop, light and stereo.
That’s pretty much it, one sizeable room.
This section is our private space, our home, then downstairs is a much more communal room.
This is used for all sorts of meetings, book club, Lego play room, tool storage for housing building, spare fire extinguishers and this…
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