We're a group of Western Washington University students traveling to Tanzania to ask big questions about geography, nature, and culture.

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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Walking to Kenya - Guest post by Rosemary Widenor

Our glorious morning began bright and early, just before 6:30, awoken by 14 energetic teenagers. After breakfast, we took a nice hike overcoming treacherous acacia trees to reach a pretty view point of Lake Chala and the savannah.  This trip turned into a brief visit to Kenya, seeing as the Tanzania/Kenya boarder went right through the top of the hill we had climbed.  Now we have all been to two countries in Africa!

We said goodbye the the Make a Difference kids after leaving Lake Chala and thanked them for all the fun times we shared with them over the past few days! We got to have some down time back at the MAD guest house, which was much needed.  Back to Moshi for a couple days before safari! Wahoo!
Our guide leading a morning hike
Some of the group strutting their stuff in Kenya!
A baboon just hanging
Goodbye Kilimanjaro Care Kids!
Captain Tim, sailing the sea of struggles with his beloved crew of students!

1 comment:

  1. Would love to learn more about what you all taught the children and any pics of them working on any assignments you gave. Thanks!


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