Kuto had always been a bit of an outsider. He was born with carrot-colored hair, which set him apart from the other children in his village. His parents were kind and loving, but even they didn’t understand why their son was so different. As he grew older, Kuto found it increasingly difficult to fit in. He wasn’t interested in the same things as the other kids his age and he often felt like an outcast.

One day, when Kuto was sixteen, he decided to leave his village in search of a place where he might finally feel at home. After saying goodbye to his parents, he set off on foot towards the nearest city. It took him several days to reach Tunis, but when he arrived he immediately felt a sense of belonging. The bustling city streets were filled with people from all walks of life and Kuto soon made friends with some of the local youths.

For the first time in his life, Kuto felt like he belonged somewhere. He loved spending time exploring Tunis and learning about its rich culture and history. However, despite finding happiness in Tunisia, Kuto still couldn’t shake off feeling like an outsider. He often wondered if there was somewhere else in the world where he might finally feel completely at home…