2017, Blog Series, Lifestyle, Tanzania, Travel Log

Tanzanian Adventures| End of A Journey

Saying goodbye is hard. Saying goodbye to those who had an impact on you is even harder. As I made my way back to the airport to start the thirty six hour flight journey back to Seattle, I realized this maybe goodbye for sometime. As the van drove pass by the same exact places I… Continue reading Tanzanian Adventures| End of A Journey

2017, Blog Series, Lifestyle, Tanzania, Travel Log

Tanzanian Adventures|Bells Toll & Bargain Shopping

Updated: 12/2017 Since it was a long drive back to Arusha from Ngorngoro, our team checked in to the Karatu Hotel run by the Lutheran Church of Tanzania in the town of Karatu. I would not exactly call it a hotel, but more like a hostel. The rooms are clean, there is a shower and… Continue reading Tanzanian Adventures|Bells Toll & Bargain Shopping

2017, Blog Series, Lifestyle, Tanzania, Travel Log

Tanzanian Adventures|On A Safari (Ngorongoro Crater) Part 2

Nants ingonyama bagithi baba (there comes a lion) Sithi uhhmm ingonyama (oh yes, it's a lion) Nants ingonyama bagithi baba (there comes a lion) Sithi uhhmm ingonyama (oh yes, it's a lion) Ingonyama Siyo nqoba (we're going to conquer) Ingonyama Ingonyama nengw' enamabaal (it's a lion and a tiger) Once at the bottom of the… Continue reading Tanzanian Adventures|On A Safari (Ngorongoro Crater) Part 2

2017, Blog Series, Lifestyle, Tanzania, Travel Log

Tanzanian Adventures|On A Safari (Ngorongoro Crater) Part 1

Updated: 12/2017 It was six in the morning when we all headed to the Ngorongoro Crater for our safari to begin. Along the way, the jeep passed all sorts of the scenery of northern Tanzania including the very large military base in the middle of the bush. As we got closer to Ngorongoro the driver… Continue reading Tanzanian Adventures|On A Safari (Ngorongoro Crater) Part 1

2017, Blog Series, Lifestyle, Tanzania, Travel Log

Tanzanian Adventures|The Maasai Women & Community

Update: 12/2017 Going to the Tinga to visit the Maasai children was not all about playing with the children and feeding them, it was about getting to know the Maasai tribe. A part of the children's feeding program is women's empowerment program. Just like the program on the streets of Arusha, this program is to… Continue reading Tanzanian Adventures|The Maasai Women & Community