Tanzania Team 7

Tanzania Team 7
At the Morogoro Regional Commissioner Office

Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Fun day on a Sunday

It was a Sunday, a funday & a day of opportunities. Our team got an opportunity to meet, greet & talk to Ceila Moore, Director Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs @ IBM at the breakfast table. We then got an opportunity to listen to Mr. David Sawe, Country General Manager, IBM-Tanzania about the IBM growth plans in Tanzania.

Once the breakfast was over, Phil unfolded the agenda for the upcoming week and  then it was all set for a cultural tour to Bagamoyo town, some 45 kms from Dar-Es-Salaam.

Some pictures from the Funday,

Bon voyage, On left is Aremi's bag & red one is Sanjay's

Aenne's Bag, with African elephants.

Windows at Old fort @ Bogamoyo
Yu Kit Lee in action
Sanduku La Pesa (Money Safe)
Its blooming in Tanzania
Team @ Bagamoyo, Starting from left, Yu Kit, Fiona, Aya, Allison, Sanjay, Clinton, Debra, Phil, Kelly, Tao, Taek, Raghu, Aenne, Celia, Aremi. On the back, from left, Andrew & Hassan

Beach waters
Children playing @ Bagamoyo beach

It marks the spot where Father Antoine Horner of the French Holy Ghost Fathers first stepped ashore from Zanzibar in 17th June 1868 to establish the first Roman Catholic church on the East African mainland.
Bagamoyo, Tanzania.
Life in the streets of Bagamoyo

Windows in Bagamoyo
Life in the streets of Bagamoyo
Paintings by local artist. This is a reproduction of an original art work.

Paintings by local artist. This is a reproduction of an original art work
Dot (Phil in the background) & Doto (our friend & guide @ Bagamoyo)

That's what Aya ordered for her dinner, A Lobster. @ Millenium Sea Breeze Resort

We got to see Yu Kit feeding this cat from his share & Taek & Aremi were kind to offer some from their plates for the cat.

Munish Kaushik
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