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Year 12 Updates from Tanzania - 1 Dec, 2019

01 December 2019

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Group 1 is in the Safari and Group 2 is at the Dolly Bush with no internet access.

Group 3 Mr. Darren Mumford

Seeway Project. Today was the first day of two helping builds a new secondary school for the local people of Arusha. We were divided into two groups - one was building the walls of the classrooms, the other was plastering the ones already built. Students worked incredibly hard and were glad to spend time with children from another local residential school. Early night and same tomorrow!


Group 4 Mr. Andrew Brigstock

Our group has just returned back from our two day safari in the Tarangire National Park. We had a great time and camp in the wild. We were lucky enough to get a glimpse of some lions, we saw lots of giraffes and elephants up close; majestic in their natural environment. In addition, the students saw warthogs, impalers, monkeys, baboons and range of other smaller wildlife. We all need a shower but we are in great spirits.

We are going to have dinner this evening at Shamba Kipara Camp before setting of tomorrow to a Fair Trade Coffee area and setting up camp at Dolly Bush, where the students will be coooking for us!

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