213 Photos - Dec 10, 2012
Photo: Arrival in Dar es SalaamPhoto: Never hard to find kids to play withPhoto: Helping us learn kiswahiliPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: 1st of many sodas herePhoto: Photo: Mosquitos in Dar not funPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Crazy Dar traffic - anything goesPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Making our way to TangaPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Tanga regionPhoto: PermagardeningPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: How many people can you fit in a daladala?Photo: Photo: Pizza! Not the same as America, but it'll doPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Crazy big orangePhoto: Training classroom- learning kiswahili and eating orangesPhoto: Games dayPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Halloween - Avengers stylePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Training group!Photo: Pangani beach vacation!!!Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Sea cucumber... I thinkPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The next morning... hydration is keyPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: My host parents! And Stephanie...Photo: Mama and babaPhoto: Photo: Photo: Haafsa! Such a cutiePhoto: Site announcementsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: We get apples - such a treatPhoto: Traditional dancersPhoto: Photo: Photo: Where's everybody going to be??Photo: Hamisi - my host brother. So cutePhoto: Shadow week! Making banana bread with Kristina at her sitePhoto: My house!!!! Before the door got fixed though...Photo: Photo: Sweet water tankPhoto: Lovely courtyardPhoto: Bathing room and choo (toilet/squatting area)Photo: So thankful for thisPhoto: Living roomPhoto: View of behind my housePhoto: Photo: Jiko (Kitchen)Photo: Jiko continuedPhoto: Cool chalkboard... yet to find chalk thoughPhoto: Backyard againPhoto: Exact spot for cell reception in my housePhoto: Photo: Kristina's village about 1 hr away from mePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Classic baobob treesPhoto: Photo: Cooking with charcoalPhoto: Living fencePhoto: Kristina's house - the education volunteers live a bit differently...Photo: Photo: Jealous of her choo... fancy porcelainPhoto: Photo: Photo: Dodoma crewPhoto: Dodoma city - pride rock in the backPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Back in Tanga region - taking a break from studyingPhoto: Photo: Photo: Thanksgiving day walk - keeping spirits highPhoto: Learning about treesPhoto: Cashew treePhoto: Cashews!Photo: Cutest boy in the villagePhoto: Hamisi all excited to go to nursery schoolPhoto: My room at homestayPhoto: Photo: Baba collecting milkPhoto: Going off to school! In front is an orange tree we planted... Not sure how successful that will be though...Photo: Family portraitPhoto: Take 2Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: HIV/AIDS Awareness DayPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Consequences of language barrier... Tom: Hey guys anyone want a soda? I accidently bought 3...Photo: Photo: Photo: Washing my sheets... Hamisi is no helpPhoto: Fenesi... I think Jackfruit in English? Really tastyPhoto: Right outside my host family housePhoto: Where the cows chill at nightPhoto: Too coolPhoto: Homestay housePhoto: The kitchenPhoto: Chuma my homestay brother with the kittyPhoto: Photo: Photo: Last days of homestayPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: The garden I helped makePhoto: Corn's doing pretty wellPhoto: Backyard... Bathroom on the rightPhoto: Photo: Photo: Window to my roomPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Dressing up in Peace Corps kangaPhoto: Photo: Photo: All our families... or almost all of them.Photo: Photo: Getting ready for the partyPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Party timePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: They loved my sunglassesPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: