after a week in tanzania i love this country i cant wait to return more i havent spoken so much swahili in dec
After a week in Tanzania - -I love this country. I can’t wait to return more. -I haven’t spoken so much Swahili in decades. So my Kiswahili is sharper. -I’m a lot more politer. -East Africa has everything anyone would need.. -I like the idea of being East African
i really like it felt very familiar like a small version of jinja or entebbe or even kisumu with a constant fr
#Tanzania I really like #Bukoba..it felt very familiar. Like a small version of Jinja.. or Entebbe.. or even Kisumu with a constant friendly breeze. They mostly eat steamed green bananas which, like #Uganda-ns, they call matooke. I literally felt at home. I’d like to visit again.
with and we made a day trip to bukoba on the shores of lake victoria and about 1000kms from dar to see the ama
#Tanzania with @tulanana and @alexjjcollins We made a day trip to Bukoba- on the shores of Lake Victoria and about 1000kms from Dar- to see the amazing work being done by @AgriThamani- battling malnutrition. Truly transformative stuff. Their story’ll soon be on #Bbcnewsday.
when ur single people ask about a gir boyfriend when you have a fiance they ask about a wedding when you get m
When ur single, people ask about a gir/boyfriend, When you have a fiancé, they ask about a wedding. When you get married, they ask when will you have children? Have one, they ask when is the (siblings) r coming? When you have (more), why are you having all these children? -Olupot
long before whatsapp and text messagesin the days when writing and posting letters was our only option we work
Long before WhatsApp and text messages...in the days when writing and posting letters was our only option... We worked on our prose.. our flair ... our handwriting... There were no kiss emojis- so we kissed the envelopes.. And we invested in beautiful writing pads...