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... large mango trees on it and a very lush market garden next door. It had a good feel. We met some other men who were introduced as Maureeni's uncles. They must live around there somewhere....we aren't privvy to the whole story....lost in translation! They hopped in the van with us...daladala style and we headed even further out.......we were going to see the land that came up for sale after Samwel had bought the other one....they just wanted to show us!! It was ...
... were driven to a large bookshop, shelves groaning with books, textbooks, educational books, a huge religious section. I bought a book, "Swahili Made Easy", I am determined to understand how this language is put together. I try to learn a few new words or phrases each day, heart is willing but brain often refuses to cooperate! Learnt today that baraka means blessed. "haraka haraka haina baraka" = hurry hurry has no blessing = slowly slowly wins the race ... We were looking for a ...
... crater was a amazing adventure the 3 hour one way drive was bumpy (got your head on the roof bumpy) reaching the gates and seeing a road teaming with baboons was exciting. We climbed to the rim of the crater with an incredible view of the valley ahead. Down through the dusty track where the red dust painted the trees and grounds. At the bottom we popped the top of the jeep up and were off to spot animals. The crater highlights were being surrounded by animals on a ...
... told us the boy had recently partaken in his circumcision ceremony and will dress like that for 3 months. We also passed what looked to be a Masai village but it was actually one family. One man, his 31 wives and their 80+ children. They even had their own school. I can't imagine the size of that family portrait! The three hour drive was bumpy! The roads were the roughest I have ever experienced - they are building a nice big highway but that won't be ready for some time. I'm ...
... in order to coordinate a northern circuit safari. The northern safari circuit of Tanzania includes the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro crater, two of the biggest tourist draws on the entire continent. This unfortunately makes it very expensive, especially right now, during the Serengeti migration... but, this is not something we could pass up seeing.
So I spent the last two days bumming around Arusha and ...
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