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How many rand do I need to take a year off in capetown?

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Where should I buy large quantities of fresh fruits and vegetables in Dar es Sallaam, if I am organising a party?

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What does Africa really look like? How do Africans really live?

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What are the most important habits for eating healthy and losing weight?Limit carbs? No carbs? No sugar?

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This is what my life looked like in Sudan

ExperienceBritt Maree posted the article • 0 comments • 181 views • 2016-07-16 06:08 • data from similar tags

My old apartment house. Very quiet and beautiful, but there's a tall barbed wire fence.  
 

It was hard for white girls to get their hair done, so the ladies would come over and I'd dress them up in a shopping bag and do their hair in my kitchen.


 
My friend Yusra's birthday party on my back porch
 

 
I told my friend Roberta that I was going to drop off a herd of camels in her garden.  She was terrified.
 

 
My friend Khalid DJing a house party
 

 

In the evening we'd have cocktails on the lawn.
 

 

The neighborhood bowling alley
 

 
Nubian wrestling tournament

 
Nubian wrestling tournament
 
All the schoolkids wear these funny day-glo camo pajama uniforms.  They look like late-90's drum-and-bass enthusiasts.  I heard that Sudan had originally ordered all of this fabric on the cheap from China for its army, but the bright dye job made it unacceptable, so they repurposed it into a few million school uniforms.  
 

 

 
Teams practicing for the Africa Cup
 

 

 
Nile cruise
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My old apartment house. Very quiet and beautiful, but there's a tall barbed wire fence.  
 

It was hard for white girls to get their hair done, so the ladies would come over and I'd dress them up in a shopping bag and do their hair in my kitchen.


 
My friend Yusra's birthday party on my back porch
 

 
I told my friend Roberta that I was going to drop off a herd of camels in her garden.  She was terrified.
 

 
My friend Khalid DJing a house party
 

 

In the evening we'd have cocktails on the lawn.
 

 

The neighborhood bowling alley
 

 
Nubian wrestling tournament

 
Nubian wrestling tournament
 
All the schoolkids wear these funny day-glo camo pajama uniforms.  They look like late-90's drum-and-bass enthusiasts.  I heard that Sudan had originally ordered all of this fabric on the cheap from China for its army, but the bright dye job made it unacceptable, so they repurposed it into a few million school uniforms.  
 

 

 
Teams practicing for the Africa Cup
 

 

 
Nile cruise
 
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What are job opportunities like in Dar es Salaam for expats?

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Which is the best television service provider in Dar Es salaam?

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What is the expatriate life like in Mombasa, Kenya?

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I would like to know the preferred locality of Indians in Dar Es Salaam. Also what precautions needs to be taken during the stay?

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Which schools are the best international schools for expats in Dar es Salaam?

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Nigeria: What is life like for non corporate expats in Lagos?

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Do Indian expats in Dar es Salaam, face any problem in adjusting with the local food?

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What is a great budget safari outfitter in Tanzania? Focus is only to see animals. We will be in Dar es Salaam for 7 days.

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3 BEDROOM BUNGALOW FOR SALE IN KITENGELA

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at Amini K. Furnitures,we make these classy,well finished kangaroo 7 sitter sofas

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at Amini K. Furnitures,we make these classy,well finished kangaroo 7 sitter sofas made with high density cushions made of leather going for kshs80000 only plus free delivery within Nairobi call,text or whatsapp Amini K. Furnitures on 0700194708 or visit us in Ngara Nairobi along Desai Road opp WesternMart Supermarket. view all
at Amini K. Furnitures,we make these classy,well finished kangaroo 7 sitter sofas made with high density cushions made of leather going for kshs80000 only plus free delivery within Nairobi call,text or whatsapp Amini K. Furnitures on 0700194708 or visit us in Ngara Nairobi along Desai Road opp WesternMart Supermarket.
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the average salary for a family of 4 to live comfortably in Silicon Valley.

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I have a few friends who moved from NYC area to the Silicon Valley.

From what I know, it looks like you’ll need approximately 7,000 per month at the minimum. It is an expensive place to call home given the recent tech boom.

In order to determine your salary needs, I’d suggest consider the following:

You’ll want to figure out your anticipated monthly/annual living costs. These costs will include living expenses (rent, food, utilities), debt (loans, car payments, credit cards), insurance (health, life, car), and miscellaneous expenses (eating out, etc.)
You’ll want to figure out how much needs to be set aside for savings. This can include money for emergencies, retirement, or other long-term financial goals.
Don’t forget to factor in taxes, which will be a minimum of 20%. This should give you a fair idea of the baseline salary you’ll need to live in Silicon Valley. But, it’s always best to expect to need more. You always want there to be a decent-sized cushion between what you have and what you need. view all
I have a few friends who moved from NYC area to the Silicon Valley.

From what I know, it looks like you’ll need approximately 7,000 per month at the minimum. It is an expensive place to call home given the recent tech boom.

In order to determine your salary needs, I’d suggest consider the following:

You’ll want to figure out your anticipated monthly/annual living costs. These costs will include living expenses (rent, food, utilities), debt (loans, car payments, credit cards), insurance (health, life, car), and miscellaneous expenses (eating out, etc.)
You’ll want to figure out how much needs to be set aside for savings. This can include money for emergencies, retirement, or other long-term financial goals.
Don’t forget to factor in taxes, which will be a minimum of 20%. This should give you a fair idea of the baseline salary you’ll need to live in Silicon Valley. But, it’s always best to expect to need more. You always want there to be a decent-sized cushion between what you have and what you need.