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Other / Bumbuli Primary School
« Last post by kungutana on 25 January, 2013, 12:43 »
One of the oldest primary schools in Northern Tanzania, located in the town of Bumbuli, Lushoto, Northern Tanzania opened since 1922 by Germans.
Arusha / Re: Retzlaff Family - Usa River
« Last post by Naomi Wilson on 24 January, 2013, 21:51 »
Hi Simon,
I am not sure but Paul might know
Tanganyika / Re: West Kilimanjaro Country Club?
« Last post by GERALD on 20 January, 2013, 20:20 »
I managed Poverty Gulch for a short time. It was a wheat farm on the north side of Kilimanjaro, owned by Kibo Coffee Estate. Early 1964 I attended a New Years Eve celebration at a local club must have been West Kilimanjaro. I remember vet Mike Innes. Gerald
Mbeya / Re: Link to Mbeya photos with names of students
« Last post by Andrew S on 18 January, 2013, 12:11 »
Hi Valerie,
Your name rings a bell, but I can't remember your face I'm afraid. My mother - recently deceased - lived in N Tamborine Qld for many years and my brother Paul lives close by. My other brother Nick lives in Newcastle. Hence, we have a close association with Australia, although living near Bedford UK at the moment. My wife and I generally only visit Qld and NSW, but if we go to Melbourne we'll be sure to look you up. Barry, Denton and I often reminisce about Mbeya and our lives in Tanzania when we meet in Noosa.
Have a good 2013...Andrew
Mbeya / Re: Link to Mbeya photos with names of students
« Last post by Valerie Dobson on 24 December, 2012, 12:26 »
Hi Andrew,
Valereie Dobson. I was at Mbeya the same years that you were and have contacted many people through this sight,  including Alec Wight, Rosemary Anders, Rodney Clarke, plus many other friends from Kenya & Tanganyika. Alec has been great posting all those photos & I really enjoy looking at them.
I now live in Melbourne Australia and have been here since 1965. We went over to visit Kenya and Tanzania in 2010. Much changed it is, but it was a very spiritual journey for me.
  Love to hear from you sometime.
Happy Christmas
Arusha School / Hi There
« Last post by moshi10 on 21 December, 2012, 11:52 »
Hi My name is Alistair Stevenson I attended Arusha School from when I was ten years old in 1956 until 1959 when I was sent to a school
in Scotland. I don't know if anyone remembers me. I do remember the pool at the school quite well and the inspections by Matron also
afternoon sleep times. I also remember spending many happy times at the freezing cold pool at Moshi. I also spent my summer holidays
in Moshi in 1961 with a bunch of kids whose names I cannot remember now! I do remember the Pope family who were in Moshi at
the same time as us and who migrated to Australia at the same time as we met up in London then travelled out together.
Please feel free to reply to my email account
Arusha School / Re: Hi Guys!
« Last post by mikewb on 19 December, 2012, 02:03 »
Hi Angelides,
Go to the Arusha shool site on facebook you should find Richard Hatter. There is two Arusha school sites one of the old days and one newer days.
Kind Regards
Mike B
Arusha School / Hi Guys!
« Last post by Angelides on 13 December, 2012, 14:04 »
Hi Guys,
Nice to find this website!
Im stiill very fit and still in Arusha but for several times I have been in South Africa, I have three sons now, I would like very much to hear from Richard Hatter, Ulyate, and others!
My email ad is angelidestz@gmail.com, phone number +255 754232436, Looking forward to hear from you guys!!
Mbeya / Re: Link to Mbeya photos with names of students
« Last post by Andrew S on 05 December, 2012, 11:43 »
Ref the hockey team pic: the girl in the pic is Jane Kingdom - not Anna Boddy - and I think the LH bottom fellow is Angelos Michaelides.
Mbeya / Re: Link to Mbeya photos with names of students
« Last post by Andrew S on 05 December, 2012, 10:10 »
I'm Andrew Sowerby and was at Mbeya 1953 - 1956. I remember nearly all the names in the hockey 1st team pic (and in Rosemarie Anders list above). Especially Vasos Poupolos (?) (top right) who was a good friend. I also see: Barry Nicholls, Willi Meir, Paul Kesterman, Alec Wight, John Warwick, Anna Body. I see Barry Nicholls regularly (and, occasionally, Denton Webster) in Noosa, Australia where he and Irene live. I also met David Dye at his folks' place on the Sunshine Coast many years ago. I live in the UK but visit Australia and S Africa regularly - where most of my family now live. Amazing what one can remember after 50 years or so!
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