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From Barcelona to Arusha

It took me three flights and 30 hours from door to door to get into my next home for the next month.

My way to Arusha was the following (I’ll make it short): 509 more words


Arusha: A Tanzanian adventure

A month in and I think I can say I’m finally settled.

I’ve successfully ridden a dalladalla on my own, survived my first illness (not a stomach one, thank you, just a regular old sinus cold), and returned from my first travels – to Zanzibar. 501 more words


Tanzania - The Unique Experience of a Dala Dala

I’m not sure if I can accurately describe the fascinating, crazy, hectic experience that is a Dala Dala, but I’m going to try my hardest to explain it to you. 599 more words


12 // Tanzania

Our trip to Tanzania started off in Dar es Salaam, the country’s largest city, though not its capital.  Dar es Salaam, which means abode of peace in Arabic, sits on the eastern side of Tanzania, right on the Indian Ocean. 1,063 more words


A Tanzanian treasure rediscovered

While living in Dar es Salaam, I had a problem sending my mother a gift. There were beautiful fabrics (kitenge) but she didn’t sew; there were loads of books, but my mother wasn’t much of a reader. 115 more words


Tanzania - The Start

Tanzania was a country I always wanted to visit, the minute I saw the Lion King when I was a young, impressionable five year old. 582 more words


Négation d'une identité burundaise plurielle

Nous fêterons bientôt un triste anniversaire, en avril prochain. Je ne vais pas m’attarder sur les débuts et les causes de cette crise. Les médias et les différents acteurs l’ont assez fait à coup de phrases assassines interposées, avec comme support des images si tristes que sensationnelles. 2,028 more words

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