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Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Africa

Earlier this year I was lucky enough to travel to Tanzania in Africa to conquer Mt. Kilimanjaro! My Dad, who recently retired, had decided a couple years ago that this was something he wanted to do and added it to his bucket list. 2,182 more words

Widows benefit from TASAF grants

By Marc Nkwame originally posted on DailyNews

SOME widows in Arusha, especially the single parents with the burden of educating their children, have benefited from the poverty reduction grants being provided by the state through Tanzania Social Action Funds (TASAF).  338 more words


Tanzania update

A note before I get going-this will be a bit of a wall of text as wifi is wicked slow and putting photos in will be even more challenging. 886 more words


Kilimanjaro International Airport


Hai, Tanzania


Runway Length: 3607m

Flights at 1200

Arrival: none

Departure: none


Let Your Light Shine Through

As is above, so is below…
Let your light shine through, never deny your magic.


Artistic Child of the World; Art of Ethel Tawe

Ola lovers,

Meet Ethel, a doe-eyed child of the earth that I met about 2 months ago in Arusha, Tanzania and became fast friends. She is a self-taught artist with an inquisitive mind and exquisite spirit about nature, people and art. 690 more words


The Longest Flight

The journey from Los Angeles to Arusha, Tanzania was a long one, but not unpleasant for the most part.  We flew Turkish Airlines non-stop to Istanbul (about 12 hours), had a one hour layover in Istanbul, and then boarded another Turkish Airlines flight to Kilimanjaro International Airport.   129 more words