Scott Hanselman

Arusha Tanzania 2006 - Trip Rollup, we're back

December 31, '06 Comments [3] Posted in Africa
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Ngorongoro Hanselman Panorama SmallWe're back from another African trip. Mo and I try to go each year, or at least every other. This trip was unique in that we went to Tanzania, rather than South Africa (iGoli) or Zimbabwe like we usually do. This necessitated learning some kiSwahili and was more of an adventure than going to the places we're used to. It was also special because it was my parents first time out of North America - the first major passport stamp for them (Mexico and Canada don't count, IMHO).

Here's a collection of photos from the trip and a listing of the posts from my informal travel diary that were posted as the trip went along:

Feel free to check out the Africa category (paging controls at the top) for our other trips to South Africa, Morocco and Zimbabwe.

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Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. I am a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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Monday, January 01, 2007 12:48:46 AM UTC
Glad you had a great trip, I can't wait to check out the photos! Happy new year to all of you!
Monday, January 01, 2007 12:52:29 AM UTC
OMG, I can't believe how green and lush it all is! I guess 'cuz it's spring down there. Fantastic! I'm so envious!
Tuesday, January 02, 2007 9:44:42 PM UTC
Scott,

Jambo Mbwana.

Glad to see you enjoyed the trip to my home country.
Africa is really beautifull, especially the forests.
Was the airport in good condition at Kilimanjaro?

It is a shame the greed of the politicians is a big problem for the citizens - it makes one appreciate the Founders of this noble nation (USA).

Thanks for giving us a glimpse of the trip.

Asante for the pictures.

Kwaheri
Hitesh
Hitesh
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