Today is my last day in Kondoa and I wanted to take it all in one last time before I leave tomorrow.
I’m never sure entirely where I am going. I know which village we are going to but I never quite know what to expect once I get there.
Most mornings I wake up and think “What the hell am I doing here?” I came with the idea that I would start a safari company.
I’m not really sure how to process today so I am just going to write about the events in order and think about them tomorrow.
We headed out early in the morning to buy fruit trees for Cheku. Negotiations are beyond me here and I just watch.
My feet hurt. I mean really hurt. Not just like a little tired but blistered and red and achy. The day usually starts out simple.
If I could only use one word to describe today it would be stuck (Kukwama). We started the day early with a rented car.
One of the biggest challenges that I have here is communication, not just that I don’t know the language but I don’t really know what to ask for.
I just ate an entire plate of anchovies. Yes tiny little dried fish. Actually “I think” they were anchovies.
I spend a lot of time at the hotel which is kind of like staying at someone’s house so I sit and hang out like everybody else.