Documenting my travels on a Vespa

Documenting my travels on a Vespa

Documenting my travels on a Vespa

Category: Tanzania

Rain stops play

Back in Arusha it was a time for friends and preparation for the next part of our journey . Tim organised a cab for the day , a physio appointment and waived me goodbye to take on the little city that offers a new definition for...

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Wheels point to Arusha

Up early , today is  home time straight through the world renown Ngorongoro crater that is of course a caldera , but crater just sounds more dramatic and from the air it was both  mystical and dramatic , so I was looking forward...

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Coffee , Cats and eggs.

I woke to Husein preparing my hot shower before breakfast , today was to be another full day out , so fresh and frisky I bounced down to my breakfast table on the edge of camp ,made my plunger and sat down to my fruit , ordered...

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Quintessential Africa

I had been feeling a little flu like , with a slight temprature on the way to the airport  and while we drove up the escarpment my left arm had lost alot of motion and felt limp with no power , so while waiting for the plane I...

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Lazy Days in Arusha

The days are taken up doing chores , planning for time in the bush , tracking down a place to do a full service on Victoria and the nights are full of home cooking , conversation and live music courtesy of Janelle on guitar and...

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Roadside service

Dodoma stirs as the day  of rest arrives , I dance around the lady mopping around the breakfast buffet , comprising of many new , unseen or experienced dishes. Coffee , eggs and a West African sampler and I was on the road to...

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