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A Day At The Maasai Market

Maasai Markets in Dar es Salaam make a true festival of colours, creativity, art and a great way to support the Maasai community. We at SWEA love to shop at the Maasai markets, not only because of the variety of interesting stuff they sell but also because of the unique craftsmanship of the Maasai that makes every product displayed in full glory at the Maasai shops, a piece of art in itself. 118 more words

Swea

Arusha National Park

The former colonial town Arusha – capital of Tanzania – had long ago turned into an attractive touristic destination. At present the town is a point of departure for safari in the direction of the most popular national parks and conservations, such as Serengeti National Park, … 351 more words

Africa

Uko FPR Yahoze Niko Iri, Ni Nako Izahora

Na: Ndahiro Tom

Ubumwe, umutekano n’imibereho myiza by’Abanyarwanda ni inkingi y’ibikorwa byose bya politiki u Rwanda rushingiyeho. Kuva ubutegetsi buriho ubu bwabaho, icyo aricyo cyose cyaza gishaka kubihungabanya kibura aho kimenera. 1,867 more words

Rwanda

Maua of Arusha

Here are some of the flowers on the grounds of our hotel in Arusha. Maua = flowers in Swahili. The last one, bottom right, is ginger – you can tell by rubbing the papery blossom and smelling the fragrance. 97 more words

Tanzania

Joy Without Complexity

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It was ten years ago today that I left to participate on a 17-day mission trip to Africa. 280 more words

Leta ya Habyarimana yarwanyije Ubumwe n’Uburenganzira by’Abanyarwanda

Na: Ndahiro Tom

Ibyo Umuryango FPR-Inkotanyi, na Perezida wawo Kagame Paul bavuga kandi bakora bigira umuzi muremure no kudateshuka ku mugambi. Nibyo navuze mu nyandiko iheruka 1,164 more words

History

Karatu, Arusha and Moshi

As we are traveling on a budget and want to see as much of the ‘real’ Tanzani as we can, we have been taking public buses and walking wherever we can. 658 more words