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... overly exciting since my last post. I'm supposedly going on a safari this weekend to avoid election recoil here but as like everything else in Africa I probably won't find out I'm going until an hour before...or an hour after we were supposed to leave... I did however get to take a tour around a school here called St. Jude. It has over 1900 students and only one child from each family is allowed to attend. The students are chosen from a test and only 150 ...
After that it was even more barrelling around the tracks in search of wild life
About 5ish, it was time to head out of Manyara Lake and off to Ngorongoro Crater
Tents were put up again, I had a rush of people come over to help, again I shooed them away, I don’t trust anyone with the poles on my tent, they get broken I don’t have a tent
Christopher made another great meal for us, I showed him my appreciation
Another early night for ...
... However after we had all done a lap of the shop and realised that all the goods were in-fact tat, the drunk Indian shop owner started to swear at us telling us to get out of his shop.
Arriving at our campsite that just so happens to be adjacent to a reptile zoo, including a Black Mamba the most poisonous snake in the world.
We met our new CEO's Peterson & Pesh for the first ...
... Rotary International.
We had arrived in Arusha on what was a public holiday to celebrate Id, the end of the holy month of Ramadham. Muslims make great preparations for this festival, buying new clothes in celebration. In Arusha, 35% of the people are Muslim, however the day is a public holiday for all. Unfortunately for us this meant that the weekly meeting of the Rotary Club of Golden Sunrise which we were both scheduled to attend was not being held. ...
... but we made it! Awesome day all round. We were all sore and sunburnt on Sunday.
Sunday was a lazy day, we spent most of the day lazing in the sun and cooking pizza, soup, yoghurt and cheesecake. We entertained Dr Lori and Dr Isyah for dinner and had a few quiet wines. Absolutely tops!
Recount: So Tanya was up this week an exciting first time experience. She just got back from lunch and a patient walked in and ruptured her membranes right in the door way ...