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In the Serengeti

We are heading towards the North of Tanzania as we cannot resist the magic of the Serengeti. As we are not allowed to cycle in the Serengeti we hire a vehicle and spend two days viewing the different types of wild … Continue reading

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Western Tanzania – a dusty experience

Heading towards Western Tanzania is a dusty affair.It lacks the touristic features that would make one visit it. The wind blows dust particles towards our eyes and nostrils. We are mummified in red dust and we have to cover our … Continue reading

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A little bit of humor is allowed

HIV/AIDS  is no laughing matter but the Ministry of Health in conjunction with partner organizations have come up with a humorous way of talking about it. The billboard poster reads, ” You cannot know the HIV status by just looking. … Continue reading

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Slow motion

Entering Tanzania was mentally and physically exhausting as we had to climb to an altitude of 1800 metres as we headed towards the town of Mbeya. Along the road we saw banana and tea plantations and as we climbed higher … Continue reading

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