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Monika's Blog on Tanzania

11 April 2014

Daily reflections of Tanzania Trip by Monika Chrost



We visited the Noa primary school for the first time. Those kids were adorable. When we arrived they were waving and smiling at us. Then they presented to us three anthems which they sing everyday before the school starts. Afterwards we were painting the classrooms. Waking up at 5 o’clock was worth seeing those smilie children dressed nicely in their dark blue school uniforms.




Today I taught the intermediate kids. After teaching them some words and numbers we played games, like “simon says” and “duck duck goose”.  Those children really enjoyed spending time with us.  After we finished classes we continued to paint the buildings with the other groups, because they were not ready yet.




We begun our ride to Tanzania. At around 7 we got on the jeeps. I liked the idea that students from different school were split into different cars, because we got to meet new people and exchange some interesting facts about our countries, experiences and cultures. At the park which we visited first we saw many animals, like elephants and giraffes from a very close distance. It was amazing.





We continued our Safari trip. This time we saw more animals and lions eating the buffalo. I was very interesting to see how  the lion king eats first while the female lions are sitting in the circle around him waiting for their turn to come. I took lots of pictures, because after that the lions were resting very close to our jeeps.




Today we came back to Arusha through the crowded city. We saw many poor market areas. We got to see peoples everyday life from a closer perceptive. We saw how the shops looked like and what people could buy in them. We saw women caring lots of heavy goods on their heads which was very interesting. On our way back we also stopped to buy some souvenirs.