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... piece of typewritten paper explaining what we would be doing (quoted below):
Day 1: Early breakfast from the hotel in Arusha then drive to Serengeti via Ngorongoro conservation area, including stops in this day, will be almost the whole day up to the centre of Serengeti national park but is not tiring day because there are many things to see on the way like Masai land, crater view, savannah and wildlife up to the centre of Serengeti for dinner and overnight in ...
... school classroom in England. One class was so chuffed when we stuck some of their work up on the wall with blue tack. The fact they had used coloured paper, crayons and had it stuck on the wall, they looked like their birthdays and Christmases had come at once! It was such a novelty for them.
I'm afraid that's all I've got time for now, I would say I've got to catch the post (As Mike and Wendy would say) but it's not quite the same with this blog business! Speak soon xx
... to seeing the kids grow and runs a strict morning schedule! The site is run and managed by Zac who is not only an incredible handyman and gardener but also a talented R&B/Reggae musician, passionate about women rights and supporting the development of children.
Since our sewing skills are limited, we left that job to the experts and helped out with painting and other odd-jobs around the site. Our first job was to paint the ...
... brakes and so are stuck until we get a new one. We contacted the
Mercedes garage in the capital and they are trying to find one, but
with no success so it will take about 1 month to get the part from
Germany. That was no good so asked if there is a local bearing shop
and got one of the staff to look for the bearing. Again that proved
fruitless. We now have ordered the part in the UK and my brother
... on my toenail and ripped a part up. I looked down and saw it was bleeding but there wasn't much I could do so I kept dancing! After they danced with us they started jumping super high which is part of their culture and singing and dancing again. We then were taken around their markets and I bought some hand made jewellery. We were told that it would take 45min from the Maasai village to the official entrance of Serengeti National Park. Along the way there were zebras and ...