Formula 10 Livingstone Hotel
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Soooooo it is my last day here in Tanzania. But, it is not my last blog post, so don't worry about that. I have probably two more coming after this; about the rest of our time in Mtwara and about our time in Zanzibar. They're outlined and started, so that way I don't forget anything, but not all the way written yet. I will use some of my time on the plane to work on them. Today was my last day and it was really nice. I woke up early-ish ...
... little hungry, but going out is unadvisable. Today, the kids experienced 41 degree internal bus temperatures as we made at least twelve stops; one which had officers board the bus to check for ???? Who knows? With really big guns. The people who sell stuff, bottles of water, pop, onions, cashews, or bananas, are very aggressive. They force stuff into the windows at rest stops yelling and banging the side of the bus to get your ...
... in the middle and lots of intricately carved furniture; chests and tables and armoirs, making sure there is no empty wall space. The many shuttered windows open on the one side to the alley and look right into the house across the way and on the other, into the courtyard. From the upstairs balustrade I could see Thom working away on his IPad so you really need to close the shutters if you want privacy.
Outside the ...
... as the shops were closed and
so he just got back into the car and drove off. That said we were on
our way to a supermarket that the guards had told us about.
10 - 13 November
We went into the workshops and on checking they have found that we have lost both back
brake linings which were put on in *****ia. We have to wait for new
linings and the drum to be skimmed before we can go on. The problem
is that again we ...
... using tennis balls kindly donated by a workmate before I left NZ, did go and buy some more here and quickly realised the difference between Tanzania tennis balls and New Zealand ones, NZ ones bounce, Tanzanian ones don't ! ... They children have really enjoyed having actual balls to play with as normally balls are made of rolled up socks ... The Sunday after my birthday saw me go to a local market to spend some money I was given ... I bought a ...