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Tanzania: Moshi Town and its Outskirts

My accommodation for the duration of my 8 week trip was in a village called Rau. It was located a 25 minute walk away from the center of Moshi and a haven of dirt roads laden with pot holes, lingering dust clouds and mounds of rubble. 1,240 more words

Coffee from Kilimanjaro

In July, I spent a month living amongst coffee plantations in Uru – Tanzania.
Uru is a small, and very green, township in the Moshi district of the Kilimanjaro region in Northern Tanzania. 300 more words


Christmas is coming ...

Hello poppets! I’ve been le busy lately trying to get everything done before Christmas. As ChivChiv said it’s nearly going-home time – exciting!! Mr Moshi and I are off to Taiwan in a couple weeks and then Australia after that. 203 more words


"Kwaheri" Newlands

So, as most of you already know, the main purpose of my trip to Tanzania was to┬ávolunteer at a local nursery school and orphanage for a month (which ended up being six and a half weeks in the end)…..however now it is almost time for me to say my goodbyes (sob!) as I’m about to embark on the next leg of my travels. 1,355 more words

Tanzania: Experiencing True Lonliness

I had arrived. Greeted with an electric fence, large metal gates and a timid guard, I found myself confronted with home for the next two months. 1,182 more words

Lovely weather for a sleigh ride together with you

…except not! Where’s my snow??

‘Tis the season to be jolly but I’m not really feeling it today cos all we have is rain and wind here on Gotland. 209 more words


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