Finished the painting of the girls toilets whilst the washing station was also fully plastered.
After a lovely lunch from Helena and an interesting debate with Julian from LTT, we took a short walk to the local private secondary school. At singe school we had the opportunity to socialise with Tanzanian school children the same age as ourselves. The tour they took us on of their impressive school showed us how the building blocks we are laying through building a new set of suitable toilets can act as a springboard for gendi school to transform into a school the standard of singe.
Being able to talk to school children our age provided a unique opportunity to understand what life was like for a Tanzanian teenager and the afternoon was rounded off through a game of volleyball and basketball with Sean's team finding a common goal to motivate themselves, they ran out 2-1 winners against miss Charleston's team (who despite being outnumbered 9 players to 6, won the second set comfortably taking it to a tie break best of 5 to finish, which they were unlucky to lose). Whilst in the basketball Dylan claimed himself to be the best player.
This relaxed way to socialise with our hosts provided the perfect ending to a full day. Quote of the day: " Aimee say something funny" Aimee "something funny"
Ps photo of Helena as requested!!