Category Tanzania

The Itch

Exactly one week from this exact moment, I will be somewhere over the Atlantic. I have mixed emotions about this fact.  On one hand, I’m sad to be leaving Tanzania early.  The people who work for World Vision here are completely amazing.  I have felt so loved and cared for while I’ve been here, and […]

All Good Things

All good things must come to an end.  Sometimes, that end comes sooner than expected.  I have been waiting to write this post for a few days until I knew what the final details were, and, I have a follow up post that I will finish up in the next few days to talk about […]


If you’ve ever lived abroad, then you will understand the whole adjustment process that occurs when you settle yourself in a vastly different culture.  Even if you have moved cross-country (like east coast to west coast, south to north, etc), then you’ve felt it a little.  I had the realization the other day that there […]

Long Day

Today was quite a long day.  I almost didn’t want to post because I’m pretty exhausted and a little sunburned.  However, I didn’t want to forget anything that happened.  So, I’m fighting through the urge to crawl into bed and writing this post. Today, I went to Sanzawa.  If you remember from before, it’s a […]

Aussie Invasion

I have successfully found (one of) the expat community.  If you saw my post about Sundays, then you read that I visited an Anglican church this past Sunday.  Well, I’ve been able to interact with several of them this week.  On Monday, I had dinner with Marilyn and Debbie.  Thursday night I went to a […]

Food: The Good, The Bad, The Strange

When I talk to friends and family back home, a lot of people are asking about what kinds of food I am eating.  So, today I am going to give you the good, the bad, and the strange of Tanzanian food.  Before I tell you about the food, I should probably first explain how it […]


Sundays here in Dodoma begin very early.  There is an Anglican Church right next to where I am staying, and the first service begins at 7am.  The 7 am service is in Swahili.  I can hear everything, but I can’t understand what they are saying.  The hymns, however, are often familiar.  So, sometimes I hum […]

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