Kuto had always been a bit of an outsider. He was never quite sure why, but it seemed like no matter where he went, he just couldn’t fit in. Maybe it was his red backward cap, or his honey blonde hair, or his Mexican mustache. But whatever the reason, Kuto always felt like he stuck out like a sore thumb.
So when Kuto’s family decided to move to Seychelles, he was both excited and terrified. Excited because maybe finally he would find a place where he belonged; terrified because moving to a new country is always scary.
As it turned out, Kuto needn’t have worried. From the moment they arrived in Seychelles, he felt at home. The people were friendly and welcoming, and there was something about the tropical island that just made him feel happy and relaxed.
For the first time in his life, Kuto felt like he belonged somewhere. And even though life on the island could be tough at times – after all, there were no supermarkets or malls – Kuto wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world