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Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Kitia, Oct 1, 2008.

  1. Kitia

    Kitia JF-Expert Member

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    ...Say What? Interesting tidbits that differentiate Tanzania and America

    -Oranges are green.
    -One road in Karatu is paved. All the rest are dirt and very uneven.
    -A meal at a local restaurant can be purchased for 1,000 Tanzanian shillings, or a little less than one dollar.
    -Gas (or petrol as they call it in Tanzania) costs more than six dollars per gallon. Few people have cars, besides the safari companies and wealthy townspeople.
    -Laundry machines are non-existent, refrigerators are rare and mosquito nets for beds are ubiquitous (to avoid malaria).
    -Hand soap is usually in the form of bars, paper towels are uncommon, and most soda is sold in glass bottles. -Tanzanians are much less wasteful than Americans. Masai tribes even make sandals out of old car tires.
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    Nasikia mjasiriamali mmoja wa kiingereza ameanza kutengeneza sandals hizi London akiziita MBT. Maana yake ni "masai bare foot travel". Demand ni kubwa na jamaa kawa millionare kwa muda mfupi. Haya wajasiriamali changamkeni. Opportunities knock but once.