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October 20-22, 2014

October 20-22, 2014

We got off to a rocky start when our cab didn’t show up to take us to the bus at 6 AM.  Huh? 805 more words


Marcin arrives in Africa...

In a series of short entries I’m going to describe my visit to East Africa. Although it wasn’t my first visit to Africa (I visited Morocco in 2013) this part of Africa stimulates all my senses. 1,075 more words


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Travel - safety in numbers

“Is this where the dala-dala stops?” I ask the guy who is standing by a slight bulge in the kerb of the road.

To be honest I’m not entirely sure what a dala-dala looks like. 401 more words


St Jude's

by Tim Dawe

The School of St Jude in northern Tanzania fights poverty through education. You won’t find it highlighted in glossy travel brochures. However, for the many travellers who want to visit and assist charitable organisations in developing countries, it’s a memorable destination and a worthwhile experience. 885 more words



by Tim Dawe

Whether it’s The Rotary Foundation or a district trust account or a club president making a donation with an outsize cheque, we Rotarians are used to the not-for-profit world. 802 more words


A Few Months of Living Life

Arriving back from the US to Africa I flew into Nairobi, Kenya (instead of Kilimanjaro, TZ). There were several reasons for this: 1. The plane tickets are literally hundreds of dollars less to fly into Nairobi as opposed to Kili. 801 more words

My Everyday "normal" Life In Africa