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A Day-off Trek

First (and last) trek in Tanzania. I feel like this picture captures how rural we were. Honestly this was only about an hour and half away from our camp site. 239 more words

Let There Be Light

As some may know i do not have access to electricity in my new house. In the first few weeks I just used to go to bed whenever it got dark, but this week I found a kerosene lamp in the little house next to mine, that i use to store firewood. 43 more words


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Indiana lawmakers worked late into the night on religious freedom law fix; Iranian nuclear talks will extend for another 3 months; Impoverished pregnant woman from Tanzania is forced to haul water to the own baby deliveries; Ted Cruz has the worst Senate Armed Committee’s attendance by far; and Here’s how police and prosecutors are treating “raping while black” like a crime. 47 more words

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Tanzania Day 4- Kilimanjaro Climb Day 2: February 16th, 2015

A long day of walking across the moorland with a break at Second Cave for lunch. We caught our first cloudy glimpses of Kibo and Mawenzi as we headed toward camp at Kikelewa Caves (11,800 ft). 109 more words



Siden nyttår har vi arbeidet som lærere på en førskole. Veldig spennende, gøy og krevende.Skolen er ligger i en liten landsby ca 45 minutter med daladala(minibuss) og motorsykkel fra der vi bor. 309 more words

The one where I can neither find books nor shampoo.

I’m kind of enjoying writing at the moment, so I am running with it. Bear with me.

This morning, I sat in my normal stance, cup of soup in hand, and pondered. 396 more words

New Statoil discovery offshore Tanzania

The Tanzania Ministry of Energy and Minerals announced on 30 March that the Mdalasini-1 exploration well drilled by Statoil (Operator) has resulted in a new natural gas discovery offshore Tanzania. Click here to read more.