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Habari Rafiki? Tuna Furaha!
Mandy and Colin here! We are hanging out in Portland, Oregon getting ready for our awesome semester with ya’ll! As… Read More
Dearest Families, Friends and our Beloved Students,
We are sitting here in Dar es Salaam, lamenting the recent departure of our little Nkula family but also celebrating the completion of… Read More
As our students are flying through the hemispheres on their way to their next adventures, we wanted to post this last blog written by Savannah on her final day here
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Hello Parents and followers of Carpe Diem NKULA East Africa blog,
We just received word from Colin and Avy that the students have departed for their journey back home, with… Read More
Attention ladies and gentlemen: This will be a LONG blog post. Consider yourself warned.
Our first week in Tanzania, we were handed a map and a budget and told to… Read More
After a few nice free days in Iringa filled with shopping and fast internet we were ready to begin our safari. We were all stoked to be going to Ruaha… Read More
Habari to everyone back home and all over this beautiful world! This is Mackenzie, typing here in Africa, or, to be more specific, in Iringa cafe in Iringa, Tanzania! We… Read More
Hey everybody how is it going in the states?
I’m taking some time to reflect a few weeks back when the NKULA group first got to Tanzania.
It was… Read More
Last week our Nkula group drove to Rwanda from Uganda. We immediately felt a difference as the dusty red road turned to smooth pavement over the border. The drive itself… Read More
The whole crew on our last day in Uganda!
Love to all from Rwanda, “the land of 1,000 hills.” We appreciate all of you who are following our… Read More
Today we arrived in Rwanda, and I bet you’d like to hear all about this beautiful country. Well today’s not your lucky day because I’m not here to tell you… Read More
Our group recently left the Ziwa rhino sanctuary. Obviously during our week long stay we spent a decent amount of time observing rhinos and other wild game. I remember the… Read More
From the crazy city of Kampala, to the quaint small town of Kabale, it’s safe to say we are getting the best of Uganda. A long bus ride from Kampala… Read More
Today the Africa nkula cohort took a trip to a local mosque. To our surprise the mosque was funded by the well-known dictator Gaddafi. In a city so small and… Read More
Home is often difficult to find when traveling through two or three cities a week. For our Nkula group, I could safely say we all felt at home the past… Read More
Thanks Alvin for sharing such a creative words and pictures of the group’s time in Jinja, Uganda.
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A view of the Nile River.[/caption
Oliotia! A lot has happened since our scavenger hunt! We’ve left Entebbe and, after a three hour matatu ride, arrived in Jinja, an amazing… Read More
met this guy at lake Victoria he told us a sweet joke… Read More