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The Dolphin Tour with No Dolphins

Zanzibar Archipelago is beautiful. Thats it, I mean it is literally stunning. From Dar Es Salaam I took the Ferry (Be aware there is only one ferry company that it is a good idea to go with; Azam – the one with the big blue doors. 1,085 more words


A Tentative Love Letter to Tanzania

The fourteenth of February brings not only a popular holiday, but also falls rather close to our one-year mark as volunteers in Tanzania. While my own interest in Valentine’s Day does not extend much past craft beer and heart-shaped pizza, I can’t help my (sometimes contradictory) love for the country I currently call home. 534 more words

Has Zika reached Tanzania ?

For now it has not according to Dar es salaam Health Officials but they are advising everyone to be aware of its signs and symptoms. 52 more words



Three days ago I returned from some hiking in a mountain range in Tanzania called the Usambaras. We spent 3 nights in the mountains, with 2 full days of hiking. 1,318 more words


Stick In The Muds

Never trust Google Maps!

Our journey to Moshi was certainly an eventful one. Up at 4am for the first leg of our drive to Tanga on the Indian Ocean. 639 more words


Erinnerungskultur in Tansania

Am Montag, den 22. Februar 2016 um 19 Uhr findet im Museum für Bergedorf und die Vierlande eine Diskussion zum Thema “Erinnerungskultur in Tansania” statt. Über die die Spuren der Kolonialgeschichte in Tansania und den Umgang damit sprechen Flower Manase, Kuratorin am National Museum of Tanzania in Dar es Salaam; Dr. 49 more words

Lost in Stonetown

Four weeks on Zanzibar of being smoothly introduced to Africa are over and I’m heading to Moshi on the mainland, figuring that I should check what it looks like elsewhere. 1,828 more words