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Year 12 Updates from Tanzania - Day 1 (more details)

28 November 2015

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Dear Parents,
Here is an update of our Tanzania trip and the events from Day 1. After an 11 hour flight we arrived at Addis Ababa airport. A short stop of 2 hours and we were back on another plane. Another 3 hour flight then saw us arrive at Kilimanjaro airport. We were met by the expedition leaders at the airport and driven by bus to the camp site. Students were welcomed to the camp and given a presentation about the weeks events and other key information. They then had some time to unpack before taking a tour of the camp site. 

Students have been split into two groups and will have different activities each day, including the safari, community work and time at the local school. After a wonderful dinner, of which students throughly enjoyed considering the number that went for seconds, a little more down time before a briefing on tomorrow's activities. Considering the long and tiring day students have been great and are looking forward to the week ahead.

One group will be on safari on Saturday so we will add another update on Sunday, once we have returned to the main camp site.

Update from: Mr Chris Cundall
Head of Design and Technology / Assistant IB Diploma Coordinator

Please click below to see our Residentials blog for more updates & photos.