When the bus or minibus starts, it usually does about 10 stops before leaving for good. It picks up another half thousand people until it gets finally so fully squeezed-in that even the operator says it's full. Hardly believable? But it happened.
|a church that look like all the others in Tanzania|
I had to skip my supper because the wireless place's restaurant was closed in the evening and I had to be back in the guesthouse at 10. If I had known I would have bought one of these avocados while walking to the wireless place. Because when I walked back, the lady selling them was gone.
So I checked my mail, got the good news that I would be working at Paleo and booked my return ticket to Switzerland. Didn't have the time nor the opportunity to plan for Ruaha yet.