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Moving from the Seychelles to London in the 1960s and how the Seychelles has changed in the past 50 years

Moving from the Seychelles to London in the 1960s and how the Seychelles has changed in the past 50 years

In the second part of her interview, Elise Johnson tells us the story of why she moved from The Seychelles in the early 1960s to come to London. She recalls what it was like moving from one culture to another so dramatically different, and what circumstances she was faced with when she arrived. Elise also talks about what it is like for her now going back to The Seychelles after having adapted to London life, and how the environment and its people have changed so dramatically in the past 50 years.

Growing up in the Seychelles during the 1940s and 50s

Growing up in the Seychelles during the 1940s and 50s

Elise was born and raised in the Seychelles until she left to come to England when she was 21 in the 1960s. In this interview she describes the beautiful environment she grew up in and her happy childhood. She speaks of what it was like growing up on the island. In that time the population was extremely self sufficient; they grew all their own food. She also recalls some of the traditions, what an average week would consist of, the cuisine and dating.

Life in the Seychelles Part 2

Life in the Seychelles Part 2

Sandra Volcere talks about her Dad Ralph Volcere who is hoping to become the President of the Seychelles in a few years time.

Life in the Seychelles Part 1

Life in the Seychelles Part 1

Sandra Volcere was born in the Seychelles but moved back to London at a young age. She is the daughter of Ralph Volcere who is a Seychellois politician.

Seychelles Democratic Party leader

Seychelles Democratic Party leader

Ralph Volcere is the Democratic Party in opposition leader in the Seychelles and Editor of 'Le Nouveau Seychelles Weekly'. He spent 10 years in exile in the UK before returning to the Seychelles in 1991, having played a key role in bringing multi-party politics to his country. Here he talks about his current role and a little on political history in the Seychelles.