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... conversation with him all the way to the hotel).
Tanzania is a country with 126 different tribes in it, all living essentially peacefully together now, with a total population of over 45 million. The government has been stable recently, which has allowed the economy and country to make a lot of positive progress. As a side note, it is shocking how many promising countries in Africa continue to be decimated by greedy dictators who steal money from ...
... turtles, rabbits and recently made pizza oven (!). There is a very friendly Rhodesian Ridgeback that wanted to play and so I made the most of my dose of play and pats! We were made to feel very welcome, hot drinks were served, and we had a good chat with Sveya and 2 local staff. It's just so fortuitous these last 2 days, lots of cross-pollination and networking can now happen with Samaritan Village, St Jude and Help for Masai, as well as other reputable orphanages Gemma named for ...
... rest of the food) Upendo the kinder teacher was away sick today and so Jacqueline was trying to cope with the little ones and teach the kinder children so Sheryl offered to take the little ones outside. We played some games with them until they'd had enough (and we'd had enough too!) and it was home time. We still had to buy Joyce a broom so in the afternoon we walked down the street to the main road with Samwel and the children, where we got two brooms for 6,000 ...
... washing up, packing the truck and cleaning the truck. My duty was washing up and I was in a team with Nick, there was only the 2 of us in "Group F" as the way it had been drawn up, everyone else in group F had finished their tour! However it quickly became apparant that everyone helps each other and there is a real team spirit!
My first night in the tent...Freezing! Who'd have thought Africa could get so cold at night! And from what I ...
... early morning bus to Nairobi. Zach had to go up to the village to finish up everything and I stayed back to get us packed up and ready. I finished most everything by about 6, and the daughter of the people who own the cottages and Adam were going to Mango Tree for quiz night. I didn't know how late Zach would be, so I tagged along. I had been to mango tree before, but not for the famous quiz night. It was pretty fun, and Zach showed up at about 9:30. Just in time for our ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service