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By Bear and Wolf
Bear & Wolf were friends. Bear preferred blueberries, Wolf had a proclivity for meats and they both liked falafel.* Bear was powerfully strong and Wolf was…
By Overseas Educators Matt and Michelle
The dala dala bounced down the sandy dirt road heading from Matemwe to Stonetown. We were crammed and complete; facing one another on the…
Photos and Story by Elle Nicholson
82 days at sea (well it felt like we were at sea). All trapped together on the boat of adventure going over every large…
We made it to Zanzibar—finally! After another high-class night at EconoLodge (The Waldorf of Dar Es Salam), we moved in with our last home-stay families. Interesting internships arose, including a…
Photos from Matt and Michelle, our fabulous Overseas Educators
A big thanks to our OEs for even more great photos. The Nkula crew spent a week in homestays in Stonetown,…
Photos from the Overseas Educators Michelle and Matt
Our Nkula crew just spent 4 days snorkeling and/or earning their Open Water Dive certificates off of the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar.…
Photos from Matt S. and Michelle N., the Nkula Overseas Educators!
Zanzibar is famous for it’s spices. Our Nkula crew recently got to visit a local spice farm to learn…
A safari through picturesque bush lands was the only way to end our time on mainland Tanzania. Ruaha National Park is a collection of conversations covering 40,000 square kilometers. It…
By Overseas Educator Matt Shamey
Exploring bee fences as a means to mitigate elephant crop pillaging and doing some slashing of the grasses around the fences at the farm.…
Early Monday morning we left on our journey to Mufindi, the town where the children’s village is. It was a long day of traveling on public buses and…
By Finn Witt
Our past week began with a grueling 10-hour bus ride through the foothills of southwest Tanzania. While the scenery and wildlife sightings were spectacular, the…
By Anna Barrett
For Nkula, the week began with nearly 48 long hours of travel as the group made the journey from Kigali, Rwanda, to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania,…
By Overseas Educators Matt and Michelle Nkula leaders finally take a bath.
It’s been a great week learning Swahili in beautiful Morogoro!
Hello friends and family!
After several days trekking through the beautiful and formidable mountains of Lake Bunyonyi, we have made the 180-degree transition to the city of Kigali,…
Our last days in Uganda were spent on the gorgeous Lake Bunyoni. One dala dala ride from SNEC and we were at Edirisa (“The Window” in Rakiga, the…
Ella and Mali move into a traditional hut in Huye.
Matt conducting a business meeting from his office.
Rafting on the Nile River.
Nile River madness!
Enjoying the beauty of
By Yina Chen
We are three weeks into our trip now; this Saturday we will only have two months left. This past week our group drove from Kampala to Kabale.…
Hangin’ with the children.
OE Michelle in discussion.