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Tuesday, 30 June 2009

Boy of 5 years survived a plane Crash

A boy aged 5 years was rescued about 10 miles in Indian ocean following a Airline Yemenia airbus 310-300 crash near Moroni, Comoro today. The flight originated from Sana'a, a capital city of Yemen and was heading to Moroni, but due to bad weather. It is likely that this boy is the only survivor of the crash.
Approximate 50% passengers were of French nationals.

French aviation inspectors found a "number of faults" during a 2007 inspection of the plane that went down, French Transport Minister Dominique Bussereau said on i-Tele television Tuesday. He said the jet had not flown to France since.
An Airbus statement said the plane that crashed went into service 19 years ago, in 1990, and had accumulated 51,900 flight hours. It has been operated by Yemenia since 1999

But Yemen's transport minister said in May, the plane had comprehensive inspection carried out in Yemen ... with experts from Airbuswas thoroughly checked in May under Airbus supervision. "It was in line with international standards."

This is a second Airbus to crash in ocean for this month following Air France Airbus A330-200 that crashed into the Atlantic ocean killing 228 people on board on June 1.

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Ubunifu wa Vyoo

Picha ya juu ni ubunifu wa waafrika, na hizo za chini ni ambapo tiles zake ni za michoro kwa walioendelea.
Kwa mtazamo wangu nafikiri maudhui ya ubunifu na michoro hii ndani ya toilet ni kumfanya mtumiaji wa choo awe kwenye hali ya kufikiria na kuutafakari huo ubunifu badala ya kufikiria kitu kingine kisicho na maana.
Picha ya juu imenivutia sana na nimeibofya kutoka kwa mwanablogu Matondo

Monday, 29 June 2009

Disastrous Building in Shanghai - China

Mambo ya Shanghai, China

Jengo la ghorofa 13 liliporomoka huko Shanghai China hivi karibuni, ilhali upande mwingine uliokuwa umeungana nalo ukibaki mzima, hata hivyo kasoro ilianza kuonekana mapema kwenye upande huo, na ilikuwa hakuna jinsi zaidi ya kusubiri boooooom!!!

Nyie mnaowaamini mafundi mchundo!!!

Nimesoma kutoka TravelNews

Silence for Honour of Mike - With a Light touch

When I asked a 6 years old boy to tell me what he thinks about this photo, he look thoughtfully and he gave me a surprise explanation.
"They are in one minute silence to remember Michael Jackson", This was his reply!
What do you think?!!
Photo from Dira yetu

Sunday, 28 June 2009

Michael Jackson Stresses

The third photo above were of 1970s, 1983 and 2004

He Was born on lucky numbers according to Chinese philosophy and beliefs, there were a lot of 8s on his birth date.
His mother said that, when he was a young boy. He used to dance to the beat of the washing machine!
His life was full of troubles, and he never enjoyed his life until the time of his death.
The saga started when his father used to refer him as bignose.
At the age of 5, he was a perfect singer, and at the age of 11, he was already a superstar. So, he never really enjoy his childhood due to busy schedules of music.
On his 20s started business of endless facial plastic surgery and changed to be facial chameleon.
People and media were after him, therefore he never enjoy his youth.
At elderly, there were series of molesting cases which all ended in his favour leaving him free, at this time, he had a very difficult time in his life at this time. Consider that he had a divorse in between
Normal human being body and mind cannot tolerate stresses like these for over 40 years, but for him, he managed to tolerate them for 45 years.
MJ himself he knew that anything can happen to him at anytime with regard to his health, that's why he requested Dr Murray to be his personal physician and to accompany him on any tour he made in case anything happen, and indeed it happened in close proximity to his personal physician.
To me, I am not surprised for his sudden death, all what I can say, this chap, was really strong to take up all those stresses for more than 45 years.
Africa will rememer him on his campaign to help those suffered from famine through his 'we are the world' song.
May God rest his soul in peace

Thursday, 25 June 2009

William Shakespeare

Amazingly, very little is known about Shakespear life. Even though he is the world’s most famous playwright, historians have had to fill in the gaps between the handful of surviving records from Elizabethan times.

He is said to influence many english words, and also combining words to get a meaning. It also said to some extent, his phrases has been incorporated in Germany language.

Born: April 23, 1564 (It is estmated date from his baptism record which were usually done 3rd day after delivery) and raised in Stratford-upon-Avon, England
Moved to London in the late 1580s

Married Anne Hathaway at the age of 18yrs in November 1582. Anne was already pregnant with their first daughter. The wedding would have been arranged quickly to avoid the shame of having a child born out of wedlock. The second born were twins

His parents, John Shakespeare and Mary Arden, were successful townsfolk who moved to Stratford-upon-Avon from the surrounding villages. His father became a wealthy town official and his mother was from an important, respected family.

Like his father, Shakespeare had excellent business sense, and he was very successful
By 1592 had established himself as a writer.

In 1594 came the event that changed the course of literary history – Shakespeare joined Richard Burbage’s acting company and became its chief playwright for the next two decades. Here, Shakespeare was able to hone his craft, writing for a regular group of performers.
The company became very successful and often performed in front of the Queen of England, Elizabeth I. In 1603, James I ascended the throne and granted his royal patronage to Shakespeare’s company, which became known as The King’s Men.

Top 10 Most Important Plays (in chronological order):
Romeo and Juliet (1594-1595)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1595-1596)
Much Ado About Nothing (1598-1599)
Henry V (1598-1599)
Twelfth Night (1599-1600)
Hamlet (1600-1601)
Measure for Measure (1604-1605)
King Lear (1605-1606)
Macbeth ( 1605-1606)
The Tempest (1611-1612)

Shakespeare retired to Stratford in 1611 and lived comfortably off his wealth for the rest of his life and died on 23rd April 1616 (on his 52nd birthday), it is estimated date, as document available are from his burial date which are of 2 days later.

If you visit Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon, you can still view his grave and read his epitaph engraved into the stone:
Good friend, for Jesus' sake forbear To dig the dust enclosed here. Blessed be the man that spares these stones, And cursed be he that moves my bones.

More here

Wednesday, 24 June 2009

Work Resumed

I am Back in office today as usual.

We lost monitor, keyboard mouse and some papers.
Thanks to all for your concerns.


Tuesday, 23 June 2009

Fire in the Office!!

Today morning in one OF our officeS there was a fire break which the cause could not be identified immediately.
The fire was huge but managed to destroyed only the office monitor, keyboard and partly the mouse. It has been suspected that the origin of this fire might be from the monitor.
The wooden table where the monitor used to be,remained intact! All wires going to the monitor were undamaged and CPU is still working perfectly.
Luckily this fire was distinguished by other staffs that were around at the time when incidence occured.
Nobody was injured. Thanks for courageous and fast acting staffs.
Our office has been suspended for any activities to investigate the cause of fire.
The photos above are the remains of the monitor and keyboard.
The grey stuffs on the table are fire extinguisher powder.
Sasa sijui hii monitor ni feki!!

This is a window in our consulting office which was broken by people who were busy trying to clear it and make sure fire doesn’t spread. This office is next to the one which caught fire.

Monday, 22 June 2009

Mwanza, Tanzania

When you visit Mwanza city, Tanzania. Make your night an exceptional one by securing an accomodation on this boat!

Friday, 19 June 2009

Puzzle - Tafakari

Give your own thoughts, what happened here, notable: Lioness is at the background.
Tafakari mwenyewe, simba alifanya nini kwa mtu huyo.
Photo from Swahili Time

Hotel or Church?!

I took this photo in Prague, Czech. Some of my friends when they saw this photo, they thought the house at the background is a church, and they did not get the meaning of the "hotel" print-out. Some, they insist it is a hotel, many reasons were presented.

Is it a hotel or church? Any guess!

African Way......

I am back, No further comment!

Wednesday, 17 June 2009

Ukali wa Mabosi Kazini!

Nataka kujuaaa….

Kwa nini maofisini mabosi wanapokuwa wakali sana katika kazi, wafanyakazi wengine hawakosi sababu za ukali huo!!!

Kama bosi ni mwanaume aliyeoa, utasikia watu wanasema, aaah.. huyo kakokorofishwa na mamsap huko nyumbani kwake, kwa walioshindwa utakuta wanasema, kama ni ukali wake, aupeleke huko kwa mkewe!!!, sasa huyo mke ndio shock absorber?!!
Kama bosi ni mseja (bachelor), basi utasikia, m#h*, ebu mtafutieni mke.., mtaona ameufyata!!! Mke huyo huyo tena anapoza mambo!!!

Kama bosi ni mwanamke na ameolewa, utashangaa utengano sasa, wanawake watadai .. wajua eeh, wanawake hatupendani.., iwapo bosi hajaolewa au hana mtoto, basi utasikia, mwee, hayo ni mafrastraa tuu (frustrations). Au wakati mwingine utasikia, huo ni wivu tu, ameona nimetia pamba za nguvu kuliko zake basi ndo kelele!!!
Kwa upande wa wanaume, kwa bosi mwanamke mara nyingi huwa hawana komenti nyingi!

Upo hapooo!!!

Interesting Chair

This chair is kept in Bremen museum. It is an interesting art work, which has masculine and feminine parts.
It reminds me the fascinating time there.

Tuesday, 16 June 2009

Back on Firing Squad

I am glad that I am back at my firing nest.

I thank all well wishers, even those who had a thought of a "crash" business, well that is another way of expressing individual touch. We all have that, but few of us express them "loudly".

I am well after tiresome 12 flights in 15 days coupled with busy schedules almost after every 2 flights! It was a great experience anyway.

Long live bloggers and their fans. Together we are one ......

Thursday, 11 June 2009

Posts Interruptions

I will be travelling again in a couple of hours from now, by which I will not access internet for more than 12 hours. What a tiresome flight will be!!

As soon as I get access to internet, I will pop in and say hello!

Wednesday, 10 June 2009

Be councious with Environmental Care

Netherlands is very serious about environment. Use of bikes is a very good solution against air polution. Also parking space can accomodate more ....
Photo from travel news

Hii sasa ni fujo!!

Tuesday, 9 June 2009

I Want All .... in the World to be Mine

Belief is a strong impulse on human being. Sometimes it can help to solve problems or even to cure some "diseases" out of blues.
I came across long queue of people waiting their turn to touch the portrait and making their wishes here in Prague.
I realises now the importance of historians!!

Kazi na kipato ni Muhimu Popote Duniani

Vijana wa Czech wakiwa wamekaa mkao wa kusubiri wateja ndani ya "bajaj" zao kwa ajili ya kuwatembeza wageni mjini Prague.

Wazee nao hawakuwa nyuma kwenye kutafuta kipato, hapa niliwakuta kwenye daraja maarufu hapa jijini Prague. Sehemu hii watalii wengi hupita

Sunday, 7 June 2009

My tour in Prague - Czech Republic

Ilikuwa ni furaha kubwa sana kukutana na watanzania wenzangu wanaoishi Czech, tabasamu na bashasha kama unavyoona mwenyewe.
Kutoka kushoto, Imani Kondo (Zemarcopolo), Claudi (Brain), Shuma (Mwenye miwani) na Mgeni wa mji.

Prague Historical castle

I had to pause to take a picture with traditional security guard of the Czech's presidential state house (Castle) before I enter in the casstle for historical tour.
That is at the main gate at the State house. The president's office is on the right wing when you enter through this gate.
My militia skills are still soundable despite being out of military service for nearly 20 years now!

The church in the castle with full of gourgeous artisan works.

Back view of the church in the castle

Friday, 5 June 2009

History from year 1500 is well documented here

Old is Gold

Key, is another major symbol of Bremen.
These are old chairs in the Old an important museum at market square

Yote Maisha

Kuna staili nyingi sana za kujipatia kipato hapa Bremen.

Jamaa hapo pichani ni mtanashati kweli na suti yake, lakini anaendesha maisha kwa kupiga sax. mtaani, sanduku hilo ni bakuli la kupokea chochote kama utafurahia muziki wake.
Jamaa ni mabahili kwelikweli, maana kulikuwa kumejaa coin tu, hakuna noti hata moja!

Changamoto kwa Matonya, naye atie suti badala ya kuinua kopo hewaniiii

Thursday, 4 June 2009

Good Luck!!

The most famous site. The City Musicians

It is believed that when you touch his important Bremen symbolic "ancestry"and make your wish, then your dream come true.

I saw countless people touching the "ancestry" or famously known as City Musicians for the blessings. There are more stories about this....

Successful stories

The head of our Vitreo-retinal training school, Bremen. Dr Lucke and his wife, they had a good memmory, as 40 years ago when they were still young, they touch the same statue and made their wishes. Well, I cannot say anything on their behalf...
It was the most enjoyable moment for all of us.

Grand tour with my colleagues.
I also made my wishes!

Wednesday, 3 June 2009

Today's Tour

The "Schnoor” is one of the oldest parts of Bremen with very small lanes by which some are purely for pedestrians only, there are shops too, which some of them sell the ancient treasures of Germany History.
This are is situated in the heart of Bremen.
I love this area, as it resembles Stone town in Zanzibar. If you have never been in Zanzibar, I strongly suggest to put on your schedules to go there at least once in your life time. You will never forget...

Tour at the heart of Bremen

These are my colleagues. We are from more than 20 countries in all continents.

These are peculiar symbols of Bremen city

Monday, 1 June 2009

The Way I see Bremen

This is where I stay here in Bremen

This area in Bremen reminds me the beauty of African forests.
Yesterday I was lost in the middle of the city, lucky enough I had a part of city map, but most people I ask them my way through to where I wanted to go, …wow, it was difficult for them to speak English, and I had to follow body language and the direction by which they were pointing rather than when they attempted to say go to the left while pointing to the right.
But eventually I manage to get back my way purely by ignoring their words, but respect the direction they pointed.

Magari ya Zamaniii

Nilikuwa nafikiri ni wachagga tu ndio wanaohusudu magari ya kizamani, lakini kumbe…..

Labda waliiga kwa Wajerumani