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... a meaty stew/broth to accompany it. The meat is mostly beef although we sometimes have chicken which tastes like kfc! On Wednesday we slaughtered a lamb (it was pretty grim) and then it was cooked over an open fire. So that made a nice change! I am already looking forward to one of mum's dinners or dads Sunday roasts though....
For the past 3 days we have been staying with the Maasi tribe ...
9000 miles and 24 hours after leaving Memphis, we arrived in Arusha, Tanzania. The plane ride from Amsterdam to Arusha was 8.5 hours long, but the view from 39,000 feet was breathtaking. We flew over the Sahara desert which occupies most of Northern Africa and covers approximately 3600 square miles. The sand dunes sometimes reach 590 feet in height and their patterns were amazing from our view.
We then hooked up with the Nile River and followed it for most of the ...
... on down to Arusha. It was nice being back to the familiar. We upgraded to a room tonight as we both weren't feeling the best and Andy I think really needs a good nights sleep. We farewelled Liam and Micheala and then headed to the Tanzanite lodge to see the old gang. It was great to see them all again and the gang that live at the house too. So cool. We went out for pizza with them all which was really nice and then headed home for a proper sleep ...
... more than everyone else too. I think it's because they're not drinking enough though as I am sticking to a very strict recommended daily allowance and they will get very ill if they do not keep up with me. Zoe: sleep in day today, well until 730, then we headed out on some rough and ready mountain bikes into Hells Gate National Park. It was really surreal going through the park getting so close to the zebra, giraffes and wart hogs, we even got off our ...
... is really nice. They were learning maths and the levels that they were at varied so much, one of them either couldn't or didn't want to do 1+1 and the other was doing 41528-78392=. Amazing. So it was nice teaching then and a little easier as they understand a little more English and my basic Swahili. Anyways then we headed home. We are getting much better at this dala dala ride home ie we know know where to get on and off and also don't seem I end ...