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Tanzania

On our first day, we arrived at 3:00am to the camp looking forward to the big adventure that lies ahead in the unknown. We had 4 hours sleep or less but were truely excited to start our service work and discovering Afrtica. Day 2 was our first full day in Tanzania when we had to orientate ourselves around campus and had free time to get to know the students from the other schools. On the first service day We visited the Ngrisi village and got to see what the people of Africa live like. We ran downhill and uphill while hiking, it was excruciatingly tiring. As part of our project we sanded, scraped and painted half of the classroom. On the following day we had to saw wood to create shelves for a brand new library and we finished two classrooms. On day 5 and 6 we discovered the Safari life, slept in tents with the wildlife surrounding us. We got to experience the harmony of nature at its best with monkeys walking in gangs on the road and the elephants creating around the baby to protect it.

On our first day, we arrived at 3:00am to the camp looking forward to the big adventure that lies ahead in the unknown. We had 4 hours sleep or less but were truely excited to start our service work and discovering Afrtica. 
Day 2 was our first full day in Tanzania when we had to orientate ourselves around campus and had free time to get to know the students from the other schools.

On the first service day We visited the Ngrisi village and got to see what the people of Africa live like. We ran downhill and uphill while hiking, it was excruciatingly tiring. As part of our project we sanded, scraped and painted half of the classroom.

On the following day we had to saw wood to create shelves for a brand new library and we finished two classrooms.

On day 5 and 6 we discovered the Safari life, slept in tents with the wildlife surrounding us. We got to experience the harmony of nature at its best with monkeys walking in gangs on the road and the elephants creating around the baby to protect it.