Moyo Wangu ni Tanzania Every traveller has that one place. That one place that is so far from home yet strangely feels more like home than even home does. Of all the trips I’ve taken, I’ve never felt more like this than I did in Tanzania on my first trip. I’ve gone back three times since, so it’s safe to say it's special to me - the people, the landscape, the food, the language, the smell, you name it. For me, Tanzania is home. I've spent most of my time in the city of Arusha, which is a bit of a dichotomy. There are so many things I love about it and plenty that I don't. I never enjoyed ugali, the tasteless national dish that you get offered constantly, any more than I did washing it down with warm Fanta, which you will invariably drink daily even if you hate soda with a fiery passion. I also didn't enjoy coveting toilet [...]

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