Bush2Beach and The African Roots Foundation (ARF) where happy to organise and host a group of 17 participants from Partners for World Health, who started their quest in Mwanza. They were loaded to the max with medical supplies which were destined to be taken out to the Biharamulo located in the Kagera region of Tanzania.
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A slightly delayed post, and can only put it down to happily being super busy with what has turned out for B2B to be the busiest safari season in history. Seems the world in general has recovered somewhat from the economic crash and travellers, adventure seekers are dusting off their bags, and heading down to East Africa. […]
“Once again time and the passing” – wow the months and days seem to merge as one and we are continually battling with this invisible thing in all out lives that we have little control of >>>>>>>>TIME.. Good news is the dates are set and the full moon is ordered to appear on the18th February 2011 for us all. For those who would like 2011 to […]
Jambo – Jambo Bwana, Habari Gani?? Nzuri Sana, wageni mnakaribiswa, Kilimanjaro hakuna matata…boom boom… For those of you who have climbed kili these lines may send you back down a vortex to you time on the mountain and for those who are considering it in the future you now have a head start on non […]
Time and the passing of time… days, and now over a week have passed since the Twin Peaks Challenge team bravely stepped forth to undertake the allusive slopes of Kilimanjaro. After the Meru success with all hitting the summit on a clear 22nd of February, the team headed back down the long slopes to “heavenly” […]
And off we went, a few custard creams floating on a bed of coffee was the meal ticket we set off with, thankfully the wake up rains and buffeting winds sounded a lot worse than they actually were and by the time we formed a single file with head torches blazing the morning stillness had […]