Dik Dik Hotel
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... be looking after it. When it started crying she just whipped out a boob and started breast feeding while half the class had their heads down still or were running around the class. Suddenly she just up and left and the kids went nuts. One was walking around pushing other kids heads down and if they didn't listen he would drag them to the corner. As they couldn't understand me it was horrible trying to keep them calm while they waited for the teacher. ...
Today has been a long day! At 12am I was take. Back to the airport only to find my lane had been delayed again! At 2.45am I was finally able to board and off we went. This time I was lucky enough to have a spare seat between us and so I was able to sleep better, 7 hours later with a quick stop over in Dar Es Salaam I made it to Kilimanjaro! I wasn't able to see the mountain out the window as it was really cloudy. The weather here is lovely. It was 22 all day with no humidity! ...
... too much really happened today, I was in te middle class again which I like. The real teacher was nowhere to be found today. Oh well. Then our day basically ended as many others do, playing uno and monopoly deal with Andy's standard order of 3 beers ad 1 coke. The lady at the bar even knows his order now. The beer bit, it really just puts me to sleep ...
... sweeping the ditches - right outside my window, when the muezzin stopped! Why i ask, why why why sweep the ditches at this time - its not important at this time of day, they are not blocked, they are dry in fact, try to imagine swish, swish, swish - JUST go home to bed!!
So finally, im exhausted, i sleep , the alarm goes off at 7am and we start another day . . . .
Ahhh this is AFRICA!!"
I think you get the picture!!! Luckily I seem to ...
... Mzungu (?sp - translates as foreigner/tourist!) Square funnily enough at a Barclays Bank! This square is, as it's name suggests, a little haven for tourists with restaurants and internet cafés. When all of us had taken out our money, we walked through the town to a 'Vodacon' shop - the African version of Vodafone. As we will all be travelling independently on the local dalla dallas to our volunteering placements, it is important we have a way to contact ...