Traditional Tanzanian Dancing

Today was an exciting day. We continued our work with the SES students. Half the students wrote funny stories on the computers, then had them edited. The other half of the students went over English grammar rules, including pronouns and indirect and direct objects. In the afternoon, we went to see a traditional African dance performance with volunteers from Cross Cultural Solutions. A family of talented artists in Bagamoyo study traditional art and dance giving performances in Tanzania as well as abroad. The family of 70 people all live together in a compound. After the dancing we were served delicious hot tea and roasted groundnuts.

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