Jambo!
We had a great first day of language training today (Monday). The 9 of us are split into 2 class sections. We have 3 instructors who rotate between the two. THen in the afternoon the three of them presented cultural training on greetings and being invited into homes. It was very intense and all of us are really pleased with the day.

BTW: I have a phone number correction for Tanzania. I had to get a new SIM.

The correct number for my Tanzania Phone is 011.255.785.9888.49 .

Friends and family and travelers should make that correction on the contact sheet we sent.

Electricity was not available in the city of Musoma most of today, so internet is now back this evening.

Here is a picture of our visit to the water filter family business in Arusha. This is connected to NIU because Dr. Manny Hernandez helped set up the factory with the family that runs it. We are hoping that we can set up a similar operation in Musoma to provide safe, clean water with no energy requirement of the family.

The TZ2011 students visited the NIU connected Arusha Water Filter Factory.

We also stopped at Old Duvai Gorge en route from Arusha to Musoma on Sunday, 26 June. This is a picture of us at the site where Mary Leakey discovered early hominid fossils that began to change our knowledge of where we came from…

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