Entry 5, Day 16
There is no doubt that I will sleep from Dar to Schiphol tonight. Mama Kuku took us to the bank to make sure my transfer from Winchester Coop reached her account for LifeWaterAfrica.com and the Goat Project. Yahoo, it’s finally here. Some last minute shopping for tinga tinga art for my lecture and a short wait while Mama Kuku took her outdoor water aerobics class. While walking around the area Happy (Mama Kuku’s daughter-in-law) and I discovered that there had been a wedding this weekend at this resort: there were HUGE urns filled with white flowers and placed on verandas, outdoor tables and the washrooms. We learned that there had been 2000 guests, 24 chefs plus fireworks. Hmmmm, could have purchased school fees for a lot of children.
Winchester Aerobics plus Jenks classmates, three of the goats are named: Winnie, Chesta and Phil. Three more names tbd. Thank you for the generosity.
Remember I have to blog backwards to fill in from Mama Kukus and the construction, Tarangire Park, Fr. Ned in the remote (I mean remote) Olbalbal. It will come once home.
The same feeling from my first trip to this my ninth: Less is More. Kwaheri Tanzania! Asante sana Tom for being such a great travel partner.