I would like to share a heartwarming story about the Singida Children’s Center to help illustrate the critical role it plays in the community. This story captures the essence of this magical place and the commitment of both the employees and volunteers. 778 more words
This is a bajaji. It is the best taxi in town. The other options are pigipigi (motorcycles) or a real taxi that is about 2xs the price.
This is our little 4 bedroom house with a common sitting room at the Social Center in Singida. Our meals are prepared by the chief and we eat in the kitchen. This is where I live while in Singida. There is a woman from Canada in the house with me and the other two room are occasionally occupied by other short term guests.
My room in Singida. The mosquito net bring a whole new meaning to being “tuck in”. Even going to bed is a process.
My closet and front door. Everything I need in one little space. Bring it tiny home living!!
My bathroom….everything I need!
Hey Dad this is for you….it is the car wash I live next to.
Not just a car wash dad…they do full detail work. Despite the dirt roads, the cars are very clean here. You would love it.