Tag: Tanzania

Online talks & workshops

Here you’ll find information on my online workshops and lectures straight from the Black Continent to your living room. Excited to meet online and share with you the deep tribal wisdom I’ve been collecting here for the last two years!

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Healing plants & trees

The healing plants of mount Meru

A short hike along the Temi River on the slopes of Mount Meru in Tanzania, turned into a tour through the healing plants and trees of Africa. We were amazed to discover how many healing uses exist, often more than one use for the same plant! Let’s take a peek into the abundant gifts of Mama Africa!

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Africa black gold
My Kilimanjaro home

Black gold of Africa

Read about the people behind the amazing Arabica coffee grown in East Africa- the black gold of Africa. Here you’ll also find great coffee tours for your own visit to East Africa!

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Rosemary Ludovick Kinyaiya
My Kilimanjaro home

Rosemary’s coming of age story

This is the story of a woman from a far away tribe and her coming of age ceremony.
A woman who’s still carrying fragrances of a heritage that has long been forgotten in many parts of Africa, just as it has been forgotten by us. Now is time for remembering …

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Afternoon walk in Shimbwe
Wandering Goddess

My 2021

2021 has been for me a year of dreams coming true. Watch my end of the year video, and my tip on how to push through the fears and live our dreams in 2022!

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African inspiration

Safari- Deep longing

It’s my feeling that we all live with a deep, unconscious, and utterly unfulfilled longing to come back to a relationship of deep connection with our Mother Earth and with our nature family. And this is the real dream, underneath all other dreams, that brings us to our safari trip.

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My Kilimanjaro home

Kumbu kumbu

Kumbu kumbu means memories in Swahili. Whenever I get the chance, I make copies of my pictures and give them as gifts to the people I’ve met along the way.
Nothing could have prepared me for the joy and heart felt gratitude I received in return. It brought me to tears…

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