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... about the school (another thing they don't have at the moment) but like all things in Africa, is not such an easy task as you would think. Getting the information needed is proving to be a long slow process but hopefully it will get done before I leave. Even just getting a date it was established is providing difficult! Paper work and record keeping is not a strong point over here, that is for sure! I have also continued teaching the administrator how to use the computer, was ...
... to drink! From tomorrow night I will be going to the Mgulani Hostel for my evening meals. Once back at the compound and dropped my stuff off at my hut, I went to my friends for the evening for dinner, finishing watching a movie and use the internet. At the moment the only internet access I have is there or in their offices, but hopefully soon, I'll be able to have it in my hut if they can find out the password for the project hut which is next door ...
... so we passed on that and had a hot salad. This day seemed to never end when we finally arrived at Dar Es salaam the traffic was so bad. At one point there was a sea of humanity at a market with everywhere including the road median strip packed with people in the dark some selling their wares under candle light. Absolute pandemonium. Finally arrived at 8:30 pm: 16 hours after leaving this morning to put up our tent eat and collapse for a few hours before our next early ...
... Cold cannot enter the house;
- The house is better protected against enemies.
- House entrances are usually solved in a very smart way (e.g. prolonged roof, narrow corridor) so that the enemies could be stopped and eventually killed quickly and easily.
- Fire is perceived as an indispensable part of every house. Itīs used for cooking and itīs also an important source of ...
... African journey.
We leave Dar es Salaam at 05:00 in the morning to avoid the horrendous traffic of the city. It is definitely recommended, far less traffic and this time we take the ferry and go through the city and not around the city. En route we travel past the Baobab Valley between Morogoro and Iringa. It is amaizing to see such a high concentration of these giant trees over a 15 km stretch. At 16:00 we arrive at "The ...