Monday, 30 October 2017

On the plane!

Hi all,

Just to let you know the team are at the airport and on the way home. They are due to arrive at 06.20 tomorrow morning into Terminal 4 from Doha, flight number QR009. 

It has been a pleasure to work with all of the students and teachers from St Dunstan’s and to see the link between the College and the Livingstone Tanzania Trust continue. We hope you all enjoy looking at the photos and hearing the many stories! 

Thanks for your support to make this journey happen.
Beth, Josh and all at Team Inspire. 

Safari Wildlife Checklist
Here is a list of everything that was seen from Miss Charlestons car, we were in convey so each car saw pretty much the same. 

Tarangire: impala,tawny eagle, golden backed jackal, Guinea fowl, eland, dik dik, elephant, zebra, water buffalo, wildebeast, ostrich, brown backed vulture, giraffe, pied kingfisher, water buck, reed buck, lion, olive baboons. Grants gazelle, lilac breasted roller, ververt monkeys, ringed mongoose, ground hornbill, warthog, saddle billed storks. 

Interesting trees; baobab, candelabra, acacia, sausage tree. 

Manyara: blue monkey, olive baboons, silver backed hornbill, hammer kop, woodland kingfisher, klip springer, maribou storks, brown backed vultures, golden striped jackals, yellow billed stork, juvenile saddle billed stork, flamingoes, Goliath heron, pelican, water buffalo, spoon bill, black harrier, bush buck, water buck and a glimpse of a honey badger.


  1. Thank you so much to Team Inspire for all that you have done to make this a success! But, speaking as a parent, it has also been wonderful to have these blogs and pictures as the days have passed. We are extremely keen to hear all about their experiences once they return, as this will surely be one of the (if not THE) most memorable experiences of their teenage lives.
    Many, many thanks to you all!

  2. I second that comment. Thank you so much for introducing them to such a wonderful experience. And reading that list of wildlife and flora they have seen in the last two days I can only imagine it has been a brilliant finale. Thanks so much for the pictures and if there is anywhere I can get copies please let me know! Thank you also to the Gendi community and the Livingstone Trust. I hope the connection with our kids continues.