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We are Amisadai and Louisa Monger (aged 12 and 10). In 2010, we moved to Tanzania in Africa - look at the map below to see if you can find it! We hope you will enjoy reading about our adventures and looking at our photos! Please don't forget to send us a message too!



Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Singing in the Rain and Broccoli for Tea

We have been having lots of fun with Hugh and Lyn and Greg. We have played Old Maid (thank you, Adelaide!) and taken Greg up Gangilonga Rock. We have had lunch at Neema Crafts and been to Magozi. They brought lots of things with them - we have kids toothpaste again now and kids shampoo and lots of other things too. I am sooo happy to have more books to read!

In Dar-es-Salaam we had the first rain we have had since April. It was sooooo nice and very exciting! Louisa went crazy dancing and swimming in puddles. We were both soaked! It hasn't rained in Iringa yet.

The dogs are getting big. And the bunnies have opened their eyes and have lots of fur now. They are cute.

We saw a purpley snake in the clay pit in Magozi. It wasn't very big, but someone bashed him on the head pretty quick.

We just got our first broccoli from our garden! It is hard to buy it here, so we wanted to grow our own. It is very tasty! We love having it!



Two of our eight puppies!
We are going to keep Livingstone (on the left)

4 comments:

  1. Happy happy you are having fun. Like your puppy Livingstone, and good gardening! We have a nice lot of pears on our tree here, yummy . Loads of love. Geoff

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  2. I wish our broccoli grew that big,you must have green fingers

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  3. Great news!I think the broccoli will taste great with pork chops when Greg has finished with Maisy!
    Lol Papaxxx

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  4. Linda Fitzmaurice19 October 2011 at 02:54

    I wish I could have walked & splashed & danced with with Louisa in rain! It is so nice when it rains and it is warm. I like the photograph of the reflections in the rain.
    I do like a bit of broccoli too. I bet that is going to be very nice to eat! Did you plant it from seeds, Amisadai? You are very good to grow such big and healthy plants! Can I come for dinner?
    ;-)

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