On our first day in Tazania we learn how to make African batik, and check out a real working batik “factory” — and it’s not what we expected.
Ahh Electronics. Now we’re talking! This is the sexy stuff that everyone is interested in! I remember when we were researching we just wanted to know what kind of computer to bring. We agonized over this decision. We wanted to be able to blog, surf, and use social media – but we didn’t know what
Next week Anner and I head back on the road for six weeks in Tanzania (YES!!!!), but that means there’s still time to regale you with a post or two from here in Seattle. This time I thought I’d do a quick, photo-centric post on the street art my dad and I saw when he
As Anner wrote on her post, I was quite remiss in making my own clothing list. Sooo, I guess I’ll do my best to rectify that now with a post combining last trip and our upcoming Tanzania adventure! Everything I brought was green or brown/beige so it could easily mix and match. I might have
With a gear strategy in place, it was time to go shopping. After a goodly bit of research and shopping here’s the clothes Anner took on the trip! (List first, then my thoughts on them after) Shoes – 1 pair (replaced twice on the trip for a total of 3 pairs) Sandals – 1 pair