Greetings from Tanzania!
I don't have time to write a very long post, but I wanted to let everybody know that we're doing fine. I've made my peace with the squatty potties here in Tanzania and we actually got spoiled by air conditioning and our own room at the place we stayed last night.
We're in Dar es Salaam, the capital of Tanzania. We arrived in the city at dusk yesterday after three days of driving from our team's location in Southern Malawi. Tanzania is definitely my favorite place we've visited so far. It's lush and tropical-looking with mountains and the ocean, and the capital city reminds me a little of Beirut, Lebanon. It definitely seems like a cross between the Arab world and the African, which I love. We will see even more Arab influence as we start to explore the coastal regions starting today.
We will spend four to five days there with our CPx team and visiting some friends who live there. We're excited to see how God is moving in the islands. You can also read more updates I wrote about Zimbabwe and Malawi on the All Nations Web site, www.all-nations.co.za