TANZANIA - JENNIFER

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    The kids loved playing clapping games. Here the girls were teaching me a Tanzanian song and are laughing at my attempts to recite it... incorrectly. So much fun.
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    Clemency invited me to a confirmation of a close family friend. Here the girls mum is blessing her with a piece of cake. This day was filled with laughter, music, dancing and family.
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    One of the many silly moments of the day.
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    Baba Christmas on Christmas day.
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    The view of Mt. Meru from Kilimanjaro.
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    Meru land. Meru has so many beautiful coffee and banana plants.
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    The Masai are an important part of Tanzanian culture.
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    The spectacular view from Mt. Kilimanjaro. The ‘roof of Africa’ and the highest freestanding mountain in the world.
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    Up top of Kilimanjaro. Such an amazing experience.
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    Learning to walk.
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    So many cheeky baboons on safari.
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    The children at the orphanage were so caring for each other. They all had a strong sibling bond and would often comfort each other. This is Loveness rocking little baby Isaac to sleep.
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    Nancy and I at the Tengeru markets.
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    Mt Meru towered above Tengeru. This was the beautiful view I got every morning on my way to the Dula Dula stop.
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    Sugar cane at the busy Tengeru markets. We ended up coming here almost every Tuesday and Saturday to enjoy the delicious fruits and spices. Mangos, pineapples and sugar cane were the house hold favourites.
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    Clemency showed me around Lake Duluti. Here is the ladder down to a prayer cave.
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    All of the children were so excited on Christmas day. Baba “Father” Christmas surprised them all with new clothes, candy and toys.
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    On one of my weekends off I went on Safari to Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro Crater. This is the beautiful Lake Manyara during the dry season.
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    It was an intense and amazing feeling having these lions so close. Lucky they are too lazy in the middle of the day to hunt. Ngorongoro crater is home to thousands of animals. I was lucky enough to see elephants, cheetahs, zebras, lions, rhinos, hippos, Giraffes, flamingos the wilder beast migration and many more iconic African animals.

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