Anna Of Zanzibar
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... and used that one. So seems it was not that much of effort made to buy it for them but at least we saw how they use it. Anyway there were really nice days in school too. For example Fridays are games and sports day when everyone comes in yellow tshirts and plays as much as they want. Before my friend donated money they were playing with stones and sticks, but now they do it with balls and puzzles. Also we got many DVDs and kids were watching that on Friday so I was excited ...
... where they are staying at the moment. Her mother has diabetes and has lost one leg and her eyesight to the disease......you can't help but wonder.....another place....another time...... As we had the taxi Saumu and Hanifa were able to come with us. It was quite a walk from where the daladala would have dropped us. The roads weren't as bad as the local Arusha roads and the van got us there no worries. The setting is ...
... a time limited before becoming dull, the people of Zanzibar could never be referred to as boring. All the baby girls are splashed with poorly applied eye liner; which makes them look like they are part of some sort of walking abused child awareness advert. Someone showed me pictures of her black eyed baby on the bus and obviously the eyes attracted all my attention, but naturally I smiled and didn’t say how the kid looked a bit young to adopt the appearance of a ...
... with ceilings half as tall - held as many as 75 people. There were separate chambers for men and women/children, and many did not survive the horribly confined living conditions. Today, a magnificent cathedral stands on the property, with the former whipping tree marked at the altar by a red marble circle to symbolize the blood spilled by countless slaves at that very site. I can't tell you how many times I got the chills during this 45 minute ...
... in semi-permanent tents and going on game drives. It was just amazing, we saw lots of lionesses, one huge male lion, two cheetahs and plenty of zebras, giraffes, antelope, gazelles, buffalo, elephants and birds. Just wait till you see my pictures, some of them didn't even need a zoom lens they were so close! After the Mara we went back to Nairobi for one night, not long enough for me to see Amanda again, then the next morning we headed for Tanzania, home of ...
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