We are all up early with the larks (these larks have stamina I will say that for them!) and we head straight to church for the first but last service of the day for us. Plan is to head out of Kibaigwa by 10AM so we can make the safari lodge before the safari reservation … Continue reading Up early for last service and farewells
6 October 2018 Time: Not so early, thankfully Breakfast: Chapitis at Bahati's Temperature: Saturday is 'see everything else we've not yet seen day', so clearly a hearty chapati at Bahati's is called for (you can rhyme all those if you try...). There are many things we'll miss from Tanzania when we get home - Bahati's … Continue reading A Hectic Morning
5 October 2018 Time: Early Breakfast: Chapatis with a variety of fillings (Andy prefers egg, Mat ladles on the honey) Temperature: Getting warmer... Mtanana today - a town grown around the ill-fated British groundnut scheme started in 1948. We stop at St Stephen's church there, greeted by the very dapper Frank (AKA 'The Kat'), one … Continue reading Nuts about Mtanana
4 October 2018 Time: 7AM Breakfast: none - to be eaten later on. Temperature: Phew, what a scorcher Up early again for a busy day visiting Kibaigwa Primary School and Kibaigwa Secondary School. Mr Mollel is the Head Teacher of the Primary School and we have had the pleasure of his company a few times … Continue reading Back to School
3 October 2018 Time: 7.30AM Who else is up: The Larks Actually, 7.30 isn't quite correct, as a hardy few decide to go for a run around Kibaigwa, and the others are interested to learn this has become a daily occurrence. So that's really messed up the early morning times as described in the previous … Continue reading Is it Wednesday already?
2 October 2018 Time 7.30am: Breakfast: eggs and chapati Mood: Full of busy Today, the chaps will go their separate ways and there is a lot to do and see. Andy and Eric are meeting the local disabled association, Craig and Mat are in the computer room at the Compassion Project, and Mike is attending … Continue reading Another Busy Day
1 October 2018 Time 11.00AM Road: Bumpy, well, crevice like. Back in the Land Cruiser heading for St Philip's Theological College, we leave the tarmac road for a dusty and very bumpy track. This gives Eric yet another opportunity to moan about the bumps and holes and his general discomfort sitting in the second row of … Continue reading Let’s Explore Some More!