On Saturday we were hiking to the Mount Meru waterfalls!
We? That were our volunteers Alex and Janina, Projects Overland staff member Katharina and our guide Nico.
It was a beautiful day and everyone enjoyed a lot.
View over Arusha
Our volunteer Alex and Janina (left and right) with guide Nico in the middle
Today our volunteer Anne-Emmanuelle from France started her work in Pippi House! :-) She will join for some months and is really looking forward to this experience.
Last Thursday the Projects Overland team went to Moshi!
We met our partner TinTin Tours, saw the new renovated volunteer hostel and visited our project Kiwakkuki.
Projects Overland staff Eva really liked the hostel :-)
Discussing with TinTin Tours in their office.
The kitchen in the hostel – don’t worry, more utensils are coming soon!
One of the bedrooms in the hostel. It is big and has a nice balcony. Of course it will be decorated soon, eg. with some African paintings.
Last Sunday our volunteer Janina arrived from Switzerland :-)
She is staying in our volunteer hostel in Arusha and works at Pippi House, a safe house for girls.
Last Saturday we enjoyed a very nice cooking class!
If you want to join next time, please let us know!
Swahili food never misses some healthy and fresh vegetables and fruits.
Our volunteer Alex also joined the class and could tell the other students about his time at the African Court.
Some students wanted to know how to prepare Chapati, so we started with this one before we cooked the rice and meat.
Our Projects Overland team member Eva prepared some vegetables.
We had two holidays in Tanzania – celebrated was Eid al Fitr, the end of the fasting month Ramadan.
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Do you want to learn how to prepare banana stew, makande, chapati, pilau, ugali and many more local dishes?
Then come to our new cooking class in Arusha!
Chris, one of our Swahili students, is enjoying a private class today :-)
If you want to learn Swahili too, please contact us for more information!
Projects Overland is working hand in hand with local tour operators – because we encourage our volunteers to get to know Tanzania also as travelers. It is such a beautiful country with fascinating wildlife.
Contact us for more information!