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:: Dar es Salaam ::
:: Tanzania National Museum and House of Culture ::
:: Zanzibar ::
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Brian I am James Shaftaeli Urasa,i am very delightfull to notice that you Studied at St Salvatian Convent School.Do you remember Sister Paulmarine,Brother Gerard & the That Carpenter who used to teach us Woodwork and cainning us with the Oriender Canes!!!
i was a small boy and i was with my young sister who was called Peris.Did you know the Marealles? I am a pharmacist by proffesion and i have a joint bussiness in pharmacy retail and soon to start wholesale.i will post you a lots of photos of Dar-es-salaam its changed alot!!!! call me if you can +255782238238 or +255713770277
I am Edward..I studied in st josephs convent Dar es salaam till 1965.ITS A PLEASURE TO SEE THE BEAUTIFUL CHURCH AND BROUGHT ME OLD MEMORIES OF DAR...i MOVED TO lONDON IN 1965 AND I AM STILL THERE.I WISH TO VISIT DAR SOON AS THAT WAS MY BIRTH PLACE.PLEASE CAN YOU POST SOME MORE PHOTOS OF DAR...
On the right of St. Joseph Cathedral is Forodhani Primary and Secondary school where I attended. Thanks for bringing these old memories.RJ
What a beautiful website. In short you brought the world to my doorstep. I left Tanzania 35 years ago and have not gone back. I live in Canada but seeing the pictures brought back a lot of memories. Love you! And sincere thanks!
Thanks for your service, i has been hard to see or present Tanzania, especially when you are abroad.
May Lord Jesus bless U,
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