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morogoro international school

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vanessamount

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Posted: 2007-03-06 03:44:00   

I am possibly going to be working here. any advice..I know..how long is a piece of string. am British,lived in Spain,USA and Reunion island in Indian Ocean...



thanks..oh and can i take my dog!!


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marianne

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Posted: 2007-03-06 08:35:00   

Vanessa,

Morogoro is a very pleasant town, quiet but not too quiet. Read this, it may help you.

http://www.globosapiens.net/travel-information/Morogoro-911.html?page=3



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jolenekeira


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Posted: 2010-01-15 14:09:00   

Hi, was just wondering what you thought Morogoro would be like for a 10 year old? I am considering applying for a job at this school so would be living in Morogoro for around a year. I am a single parent and have a daughter who would be 10 when we go there and will hopefully be attending the school. Is it a safe/ interesting place for a child? Jo x


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