Last week we returned from Serengeti muddy, tanned, exhausted, and smiling. On numerous occasions, we had to free our cars from the treacherous muck of rainy season roads. Hyenas ran […]
“Mutana,” they greeted us with their hands extended, dressed in a unique combination of animal skins and cargo shorts that only the Hadzabe could rock. They spoke only Hadza- not […]
A few weeks after our return from safari in Tarangire National Park, it has begun to sink in what a breathtaking time we spent in the park. Naturally, since we […]
My submission to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Orange. These photos were taken between February 3rd and March 7th 2015 in northern Tanzania. When I was looking for photos I’d taken […]
The last five days, my classmates and I have been on expedition in Tarangire National Park, where we studied the wildlife, people, and natural resource utilization of the area. It […]
The homestay is an integral part of the School for Field Studies experience in Tanzania, though it is also one of the most nerve-wracking. The living situations of families here […]
The end of February in Tanzania is the beginning of masika, the long rains, marked by dropping temperatures, cloudy skies, and regular downpours. Masika is a blessing to the farmer and […]
My submission for the weekly photo challenge: symmetry. Taken on 12 February 2015, in Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania during a game drive with the School for Field Studies.