Arusha Overview

I spent the bulk of my time in Tanzania staying with friends in Arusha.  It is interesting to see how the permanent residents live.  Plus, I got to spend time with my favorite locals. I would be lying if I said that the travel clinic here in the states didn’t make me a little nervous...
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Kendwa Rocks- Zanzibar

I’ll admit that my first few days in Africa were probably my favorite, (mostly because I met these guys that you can read about here and here) but after a few days on safari, and one night back in Arusha, I headed to Zanzibar.  It was great because Zanzibar is about the most exotic sounding...
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Ndutu: My First Day In Africa

After approximately 29 hours of travel I arrived at Kilimanjaro around 9pm.  The airport was shockingly small (or so I thought before I had been to the bush “airports” in the area).  It did make customs easy to navigate. I had been a little wary about waiting until arrival to get my visa, but the...
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Greetings From Africa

I’ve not had the time or internet connection to write anything worthwhile since arriving in Africa, but believe me good things are coming when I get back. Any suggestions on fun things to do with my last few days in Arusha? Save Save...
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The Surprisingly Unabandoned Brighton Pier

Continuing my cheap U.K. theme, I wanted to talk about the one weird side trip I made while in London.  I went to Brighton for a visit to the beach.  Apparently I picked an inopportune time to go, because a quick google search for information yields gorgeous pictures of clear skies over a sun soaked...
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