The currency was abit strange to understand at first. 100,000 shillings was equivalent to £40.
We also got chance to visit the waterfalls of Mount Meru. The views from up the mountain were amazing and the waterfalls themselves were beautiful!
Lindsey collected us some bottle tops from the restaurant she managers. We took them in to use as teaching aids to help them with addition and subtraction.
We also got the opportunity in our space time to go on Safari, in which we got to go to- Ngorogoro Crater, Tarangerie National Park, and Arusha National Park.
Here, the children were doing a colouring exercise to do with maths. They had to recognise the shapes and colour them in accordingly, counting how many of each shape there were.
One of three of our planes which took us to Africa. We had two connections- Dubai and Addis Ababa. However, on the way back we had to do an emergency landing in Nairobi because one of the engine's broke due to bird strike. I don't know where August went really. It went so fast and so many memories have been made. Here are a few pics I have taken on my phone using an arty app. More pictures are to follow :)