Burgers, Ethiopian, and Pizza Oh My!

Before I get into all the money I spent on delicious food while I was in Dar (and why I was in Dar in the first place) let’s recap the week before first! So we started our second GrassRoot club with the community. While there was not as big of a turn out as I…

Some People Drown In A Pool Of Tears…

For me it will definitely be a pool of sweat! I swear it’s 200 degrees and never cools down, even in the night. There are some days I would love to stay home just so I don’t have to wear clothes but that’s practically impossible as of recently. In the 3 weeks since my last post…

Once Upon A Pineapple

What a wild 2 weeks! Trying to think ahead like I do I assumed since I would be in a location of great service I would participate in my two weeks of training and like normal, last Thursday, I would give you an update of everything going on; well I was wrong obviously. While I…

6 Sweaty Months

The start of this month marks 6 months in country and I’m wonder where the hell did that time go!? How have I lived here for half a year already? How have I already finished a quarter of my service? I’ve been pondering all of these questions as I prepare to travel to Morogoro for…

Sunscreen: The New Daily Moisturizer

The pass weeks I have had to learn to readjust to the new changes in weather. As of recently the ever deceiving cooler mornings are an inaccurate foreshadowing of the windy, extreme-sun filled day that follows. I have been using the phrase “jua ni mbaya kwa ngozi kama hii”, which loosely translates to the sun…

Like The Picture Of This Onion….

…..this post has plenty of randomness to fill your life. I forgot to post last week so I felt like it was necessary to post this week to make up for it, although there is not much to announce. Thanks again to everyone who wished me a happy birthday and sent me gifts, really made…