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High risk installations

I’m finally getting properly schooled in what is high risk installations. No uni definitions of silo’s, transmission lines and the like.

Just looking at the scaffolding used in many of the towns we’ve visited, it’s so obvious that these are definitely in the category of high risk installations. 56 more words


Places and Faces

The last two weeks have been pretty fantastic. I think these pictures sum it up:

Asante x 109 more words


The Roof of Africa - Mt. Kilimanjaro, 5,895m a.s.l.

Kilimanjaro Hakuna Matata

Jambo, Jambo Buana, Habari Ghani, Izuri Sana, Wageni, Mukari Bishua, Kilimanjaro, Hakuna Matata, Tembea Pole Pole, Hakuna Matata…(repeat)

And so this marks the beginning of my adventure on Kilimanjaro. 1,628 more words


Jambo (hello)!

After a 10-hour flight from Toronto and an 8 hour stopover in Istanbul, I board another flight — this time for another 6.5┬áhours to bring me to Kilimanjaro, … 146 more words


Tanzanian engineer invents low-cost water filter

(2015-09-29) It looks good enough to drink but just seconds before, this water was full of dirt and bacteria.

Dr. Askwar Hilonga is a Tanzanian scientist who has created a water filter that he says can remove 99.9 percent of bacteria, micro-organisms and viruses. 556 more words

Create a caption

This is a photo of Sharki3, Nick (USA Volunteer) and Sam from Nakupenda at the Maasai Market near Arusha.

We want the best caption for what is being said between them on this blog, so go be creative, we dare you! Make a comment!


New on 500px : Home Bound by SantoshPathak

I took this shot while i was on my way to Arusha, Tanzania from Nairobi, Kenya. Full screen view recommended

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