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Fine place for a few hours. Don't plan on wifi access.
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... us when we said we had to go. Seeing the impact us playing with them had was amazing, it made me quite emotional! We hopped on a yellow dalla dalla (I now feel almost used to them!) and headed again for Mzungu Square to have a drink in a Mexican cafe and get some wifi to check in with friends and family at home. By coincidence we also bumped into three other volunteers in town who joined us for a drink. There were eight of us and we were having a really good time ...
... the heat lowered my blood pressure. But we followed the road we got to the campsite, we set up the tents (very funny the first couple of Eastern trip in an attempt to assembly. Cried laughing). While our dear cook would prepare dinner, go to the bath, but only gave it two person and very fast and cold shower because the water turned out. Luckily I was one of two people. Now this rolling sound, chat and beer. Tomorrow the day starts early (6: 30), go to the Serengeti, a beautiful park, ...
... and had contacted Robert. Unfortunately when we called in the guy wasn't there so we just continued on to Maji ya Chai Secondary School.
We were visiting this school as another contact of ours from the USA is working with ACTT to fundraise for computers for them. Robert wanted to call in to see the Headmaster and discuss how ...
So Sandra booked us a safari van and a guide called Living. Living arrived at TemboTamu at 8.30 and we then set off for ACTT where we picked up everyone except Tabia who we would meet up with at Usa River. We stopped at Highway to buy water, sodas, beers and snacks. Sandra had already organised a picnic lunch.
... hike back up however made us really work up a sweat- Oscar made us feel better by assuring us it was a tougher climb than Kili! We then opted for a more authentic ride home than a taxi- taking the Dalla Dalla back to town before catching a bus to Arusha. Although it started off rocky it was a good way to spend the weekend and reassure us of our independence! This week is a busy one for us- being the last week of volunteering - We cannot believe how quickly it has flown by! On ...