Travel Blogs from Tanzania

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Time to leave, Mafia, Tanzania travel blog

Time to leave

A travel blog entry by hobartfamily


Got up to watch the sunrise and thought I would upload a couple of photos of the ruins that I was too lazy to do yesterday. Had my first good coffee since leaving Australia. Lovely Italian lady who is managing this place while the owner (who ...

This one's for you mom, Karatu, Tanzania travel blog

This one's for you mom

A travel blog entry by safaristef


... on donor is hard..but I leave in two days and I couldn't think of a better way to end my visit to meeting the sweetest faces in all of the whole country! Remember to hug your family, and your friends, because I guess you never ...

ANIMALS ANIMALS ANIMALS, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog


A travel blog entry by amazingone


5am I wake and am first down to the camp site after a very restful night in a comfy bed. I help with the breakfast preparation and then we pack the mountain of food, clothes and equipment for our 3 day jaunt into the Serengeti National Park. As I ...

2 days of work and already exhausted!, moshi, tanzania, United States travel blog

2 days of work and already exhausted!

A travel blog entry by dabujawd


It's taken two showers just to scrub the dirt off of me and I still don't seem to be getting any cleaner! Two days into my placement and i am completely exhausted. Yesterday I met mama Sarah in her small and very poor village. We talked about the ...

On a happier note..., moshi, tanzania, United States travel blog

On a happier note...

A travel blog entry by dabujawd


After work today we went to visit the town or Rao, your stereotypical image of what you would consider a East African village to look like.... So let me introduce you to one of the many reasons why I love Arica...It is the children that fill the ...

Loose Ends, Mwanza, Tanzania travel blog

Loose Ends

A travel blog entry by gingerschilling


... that selling her body was the only way to survive. Unfortunately she became pregnant and contracted HIV.  When I left Tanzania last year, Lucy’s son Adamu was living at the Forever Angels Baby Orphanage, and Lawreen was desperately trying to ...

Day Seven, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Day Seven

A travel blog entry by bschaknowski


We woke early to start our drive and discovered that we had some new friends in our camp... a family of elephants. Now bear in mind that we were on the crater rim so how they got up there was well beyond me.   We ate breakfast, loaded the trucks, ...

The Bribe, Tengeru, Tanzania travel blog

The Bribe

A travel blog entry by travelmonster


Did I get any sleep on the plane last night - that'd be a NO. Accumulated dozing probably amounted to around an hour - it was a really bumpy flight - which reminded me just how much I hate flying. We fly at regular intervals throughout the year, but ...

Bobler under vann, Matemwe, Tanzania travel blog

Bobler under vann

A travel blog entry by familienvogt


Dette var dagen for dykkerkurset "Experience Scuba Diving" for Christoffer og Benjamin, oppfriskningsdykk i basseng for André og Ingebjørg. Som det skulle vise seg, var dette samme opplegget for alle sammen. Det passet jo fint. Kurset var ikke før kl. ...

Day Forty Four, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania travel blog

Day Forty Four

A travel blog entry by embelina

We get up at 7, I don't have any breakfast as it's coach day again. Ben's there to take us to the bus stop. I ask Ben if I can take a photo of him before we leave – he's in proper safari gear today so he looks really cool – he's very smiley ...

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