About us!

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!



Saturday, 28 April 2012

Piglets!


Yesterday was a very exciting day! Lulu gave birth to her piglets. We watched all of them except for the first two being born! We have a video clip of one being born which we will put up on the blog later. There are eight little piggies, they are very cute! I love them so much! But Lulu keeps on stepping on the little piggy. He is tiny and he is the runt. But very, very cute. My two favourite piglets are the runt and a spotty one.




We don’t yet know if they are boys or girls but can you help us think of some good names? Make sure they are piggy-good!

Friday, 27 April 2012

Louisa turns six

I     had a   Lovely   Birthday  in   Dodoma. I went swimming! I  can  swim with  a  noodle  and  without  my  mum.
 I also went in a plane. We could sit in the cockpit of one of the MAF planes!

 I went to a nice café for lunch with Jasmine and Gideon (from Sunseed who we were visiting).
 I found some new friends in Dodoma called Anna and Esther. Anna came to open presents and have cake.
Anna and me playing with my new playmobile

I got some great presents ... some tools, playmobile, clothes and games ...

LATEST NEWS!!!!!                                   
 Lulu   just had   piglets!  Amisadai   will   tell you   about   it tomorrow and show you some pictures!   they  are  so  cute!



Saturday, 21 April 2012

Snake on a stick and other tales by Louisa

 We  went  on  a game drive.   We  went  in  a  cool  car. It had  no  sids, it  had  no  wingshield.  We  saw  elephants   having  a  mudbath.  (We made a slideshow about the gamepark if you would like to watch it here).

We had one night in Tandala. We  went  in  the  swimming  pool   there. We  saw  a  snake in the  Loug (lounge). The man  killed the   snake   with  a  stick then I  held  the  snake  on  a   stick.   I   held  the   stick   with   the   snake    on   it   then   I  put   it in  the   fiyer.
We   have a  new   car!   You   do not   need   to  push   it. It   has   got   a  beter   hand   breack    and   it  starts   ezley    and   it  has    nice  chairs. 
I   am    going  to   Dodoma on Monday. There is a swimming pool there and I can swim on my birthday!

In the rice fields

Sweeping the house