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It Takes a Village to Make a Cup of Coffee

Three months have passed since our African Chagga Coffee experience and it’s still an event that’s worthy of a few words. As part of our tour of Moshi our tour guide, Sophie Angostino, arranged for a visit to the… 223 more words

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CHASING WATERFALLS

Whoever said chasing after waterfalls was wrong had it all wrong! I chased after Kilasiya waterfalls and they were magnificent. And although they were a detour from the main adventure which was seeing… 293 more words

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KILIMANJARO FOUND ME!

Mt. Kilimanjaro, I finally saw this snow-capped beauty and she was gorgeous. It was a beautiful sunny day and my second attempt to get an up-close view of this now elusive mountain. 637 more words

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School's Out

On a morning walk near Moshi, Tanzania I could hear young children’s excited voices.  Several kids were running toward me from both directions, all with big smiles on their faces.  116 more words

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2016 - Tanzania, Day 10

Day 10, 25th January 2016

We had very little to do on today, besides ensuring that we were at Arusha airport in the late afternoon to catch our flight to Addis Ababa, where the second half of the holiday would begin. 447 more words

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CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MT. KILIMANJARO

Standing tall as the highest mountain in Africa, you would think Kilimanjaro is used to all the attention she gets. She is the world’s highest free-standing mountain, was declared a National Park in 1973, was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1987 and even got named one of the Natural Wonders of Africa in 2013. 653 more words

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Hay Market

Many forms of transportation are used in Tanzania, everything from donkey carts to large trucks.  Walking is probably the most common, followed by cheaply made Chinese motorcycles. 45 more words

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