Life in Tanzania is still going amazingly... can't believe that I'll be leaving for Bangkok in 2 weeks! Time really flies!
This week I've been tutoring at the secondary school in the mornings with the kids who haven't gone home for easter, it's really frustrating, because secondary is taught in english in Tanzania, and the kids don't understand a lot of the words, so even if they know the answer in Swahili they might not be able to pass the test in english, and shool is taught in a way that the teacher writes on the board and the kids copy and reapeat it in an exam, regardless of whether or not they actually know what it means. It just seems like such a ridiculous way to do things.
On Wednesday Ana and I walked the 6km up the hill from the housed to the next village, it has a slightly bigger market than Uchira and a huge Church, so that was really good fun.
I don't know why but in the evenings there've been tons of bugs at the house recently, last night there were 2 cockroaches (which Maria managed to kill, thank god) and a whole squadron of the most ginormous flying beetles ever, the boys thought it was hilarious watching me and Ana scream when they flew into our hair until Stuart got one down his top. They had a great time on Safari the past couple of days, they saw a pair of lionesses stalking some zebras, and got some amazing pictures of that, but they didn't manage to see any cheetahs or leopards.
Not sure I have any other news, so I'm off back to Uchira,