Kilemakyaro Mt. Lodge
Travel Blogs from Moshi
... with me but he didn't look happy about it in the photo!
5 kids and only 3 days in... who knows who I'll meet next and what story or problems they'll have. I find it hard to not be able to do anything right now but I'm told talking to them and showing support and to show someone is there for them does help. We have decided on a project to start a vocational training centre owned by KACA and I am determined to come up with some good ideas!
So we spent the week in Mkuu at Huruma Hospital. The bus journey there was interesting and took 2 hours. We were not impressed. We arrived and spent time looking lost not knowing who to look for or what to say really...We eventually were lead to the assistant Matron of the hospital and a girl named Skola who has been looking after us all week.
We were taken to our accommodation and told we would meet the doctor in charge ...
as it is an excuse for Irish people to get together wherever they are and have
fun whereas in Ireland I was always surrounded by Irish people anyway. I also feel there is something incredibly special about being Irish, not detracting from any other nationality, but I
have never really been so aware of being Irish or just having something in
common with about 4 million other people in the world before I came to
My trip to Tarangire Park to come! ...
... cleared passport control, baggage collection and customs. The car collection was very quick and we were back home in Bristol by about 11am.
This has been a fantastic trip and I hope you have enjoyed reading the blogs. A big thank you goes to all our friends in Tanzania who made our holiday so wonderful and to everyone who donated to the JK Nyerere School computer project. I hope you have been able to see ...
This is a story which actually happened to me while climbing Kilimanjaro,the story is about altitude sickness,Most climbers knows altitude sicknesses but tend to ignore it sometimes,first of all before attempting any big climb such as Mt Kilimanjaro and other big Mountains,you need to study these sicknesses because some guides are not aware of them and instead they will be pushing you up the mountain rather that finding out what kind ...