The African sun lazily smiled down upon Kuto as he walked through the dusty streets of Windhoek, Namibia. His black backward baseball cap was pulled low over his eyes, shielding him from the bright light. Kuto’s hair color was an off-black, and his face was cleanly shaven. He wore a grey hoodie and black aviator sunglasses. Despite the heat, Kuto felt comfortable in his clothing.

As he walked, Kuto couldn’t help but feel a sense of wonder at the world around him. He had never seen anything like it before in his life. The buildings were all so different from back home, and the people… well, they were just so different too! Everyone here seemed to be living their lives with a smile on their face, despite the hardships that came with living in Africa.

Kuto continued to wander around Windhoek for hours, taking everything in with wide eyes. He even managed to find himself a job at one of the local markets selling goods to tourists. It wasn’t much money, but it was enough to get by on.

For months, Kuto continued to explore Namibia and learn more about its people and culture. He loved every minute of it! Even when times were tough and money was tight, Kuto always found something to fill him with wonderment and joy; whether it was watching a beautiful sunrise over the desert or listening to stories around the campfire under starry skies.”