Tag Archives: tanzania

September 14

The power of sharing

My second month in Tanzania seems to have flown by, mostly due to the fact I have been travelling for the last 2 weeks. The first trip was to Zanzibar, to meet up with 2 fellow PULSE volunteers, Adrianne and Adrianna both who are based in Nairobi, Kenya. Being the only PULSE volunteer in Dar, […]

August 09

Making a change

  I have now been in Tanzania for 1 month! In some ways I feel like I’ve lived here for a long time, but on the other hand, time is flying! The NGO that I am working for, Amref Health Africa, is an Africa led organization present in 9 African countries. I am working in […]

July 14

First impressions

Karibu! So luckily the two infamous suitcases did close and my flight to Dar Es Salaam was gloriously uneventful. I’ve been to some pretty chaotic airports before (Delhi and La Paz come to mind) but nothing could prepare me for Dar Es Salaam airport. I managed to get my way through immigration and to baggage […]

September 14

Changing inside out and learning, learning, learning…

This is my second blog and I can’t believe that more than one month is already gone! So I will try to overtake my blogging. First two weeks after arrival were absolutely dropped out from my life, of course now I can reminisce everything with a smile on my face, laugh and feel a little […]

November 23

Hakuna Matata!

Karibu from Tanzania! I have made the schoolboy error this time of leaving the blog update a full six weeks so don’t really know where to start with this one so maybe with a quick numerical summary as a LOT has happened since my departure from Ghana. So, here it goes and all since the […]