Ok, going through your teenager years in Timor isn't easy.
First: Timor doesn't have malls, cinemas, giant schools, clean parks, ect.
So you have to live with what you have. Me and my friends usually love having a horror movie night with popcorn and lot's of screaming! :) But we all get used to it.
But of course Timor has it's magic.
I came to Timor when i just turned 7. Im practically half Timorese.. (Since i have nearly spend half of my life in Timor) hehe
I have tons of stories to tell about my childhood in Timor, and that's what this blog is for.
I remember my first day in Timor.. It was in the afternoon, i was a little hungry from the jet lag, so i suggested for us to go to McDonald's. But my parents said that there were no fast food places. So i said "how come? So u mean there's no fast food in Malls in here?" Little did i know there were no malls in here as well... So it was a weird start for me.
The next day me and my parents had lunch with my dad's boss in a near by restaurant. So the days went on and i eventually went to D.I.S (Dili International School) an Australian school. It's a very small school.. I had around 15 classmates and a very nice teacher.