Home des Parachutistes at Rue de Chatelain, 46,
Education is a must, and one needs to be motivated to learn. In Tanzania you see hundreds of kids walking up and down to their schools.
Mondays are about finding your way.
Sunday is walking, in Kyoto or Leuven it does not matter.
Mobility is to move from A to B, right? In Tanzania, you can have different means even variety between same mode of transport. Which one do you prefer? 4WD or cosy airy triporteur?
Today is about dialogue. Can you hear me?
Today is a cheesy day but I am happy. Take your camera and smile like the Japanese ladies.
Today’s feeling is waiting. We chased wildebeests in northern Serengeti last August to experience a river crossing. We were lucky to whitness only a partial small crossing. These days we are waiting for the delivery of windows for our new kitchen. No, nothing from Africa but Romania.
Climate change is a fact and I know our carbon footprint was very high this summer during our visit to Tanzania (and Zanzibar). Not only our roundtrip flight from Brussels to Arusha with stopovers in Vienna and Addis but also hundreds of kilometers by a Land Cruiser I am sure did not compansate for the ecofriendly stays at the lodges and camps. Well that was a price to pay for being close to the wildlife. When it comes to climate change I noted that Massai people will adapt easily. They are nomads and are already prepared for changes. Today I feel like a Massai!
Monday is get togethrer.