During this week, we worked once again at ‘St. Paskazia English school’. We continued to paint their doors and windows and when we were finished, we joined the kids outside for play time. I’d like to take a minutes silence to remember my back before it bore forty-something kids on it. Excitable and energised by… Read More


Update post Kili! I’m sure you’ll all be very happy to hear that the five of us survived Kili! On Saturday morning we were picked up by Gerry (our guide and a friend of Mamma Jo’s) with the rest of the porters- 16 in total! With a two hour car journey to reach our starting… Read More


  T.I.A One week in and we are now settling into the African ways of life. Freezing cold showers: 8, car breakdowns: 2, dormitory buildings in process: 1, Screams ( resulting from bugs, lizards, cold showers… main culprit is miss Katie and lucia…too many to count). After Izzi and Charlie missed their flight we all… Read More


Day 1 After some nervous anticipation Rachel, Dan, Dawn, David and I began the climb up the highest mountain in Africa. We chose to take the Machame route (also nicknamed the ‘Whisky’ route) as it is considered to be the most beautiful trail up with its vegetation and wide views. The route is 7 days… Read More


If you choose our Law Internship in Tanzania you will find yourself based in one of the nicest areas in East Africa. Arusha is a bustling town on the slopes of Mt Meru. It has always been the starting point for all safaris into the Great Rift Valley where tourists flock to marvel at Tanzania’s… Read More


Tanzania, the land of the most specular safari on earth- the Serengeti, the highest mountain in Africa – Kilimanjaro, stunning white sand beaches and that warm African hospitality found nowhere else on earth….i’m so jealous of our leap team out there in the sunshine right now! Mathias and Mbassa our fanstic project leaders out there… Read More