Tanz’ of Beauty

October 02, 2020

Traveler Hartlee spent her summer break exploring Tanzania, a beautiful country where 38% of the land is set aside for conservation (mostly national parks and wildlife preserves).

When we asked her what her favorite three things are about a new place, she responded:
“I love eating (and learning how to cook) the food, exploring nature, and connecting with people over both vastly different and remarkably similar experiences.” - Traveler Hartlee Johnston

So whether you’re at home or exploring new lands, here’s to eating the local food,

exploring nature, 

connecting with people wherever you go,

& to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!

-the Taaluma Team

Photos by the AMAZING Kayla Griffith

 




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