Feet are the main mode of transport in South Sudan. Taxis are scarce, personal vehicles rare, and motorbikes (boda bodas) costly. So, people walk. With or without shoes, they walk. The pathways are rough and the earth hard but the South Sudanese walk. If feet could talk, the stories they would tell, could fill hundreds of books. Each tells a tale; a tale of survival and struggle, a tale of toil and triumph, a tale of perseverance and power. These feet are tough! They do not give up. They are resilient and reliable; just like the people who own them. Dirty, cracked, and chipped, these feet carry on carrying on and keep South Sudan moving.