After dropping off Pendo in Singida for her vacation, Fr. Andrzej, Emmanuel and I stayed at a pastoral center in the diocese. We had dinner, but then went to bed because we were all tired from the day’s travel. We had Mass the next morning at the pastoral center, and after breakfast, continued our safari.
On Friday, we planned to take Emmanuel to his home for his summer vacation. We received a message, asking us to pick up his brother, Phillip, on the way to Emmanuel’s home. Phillip is in his third year of theology studies for his local diocese of Singida. This is a common occurrence in Tanzania where people help each other with transportation when possible.
You can see from this photo that it has been very dry; most of the vegetation is brown and there is a red-brown dust that settles on everything. The sky is a breathtaking blue!
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