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Jacarandas in Arusha: #WordlessWednesday #WednesdayWisdom

“Happiness is sitting under a Jacaranda tree in bloom.”

– Unknown

 

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The wispy Jacaranda blooms lie strewn all over the ground. A mother-daughter moment.
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Arusha, my daughter who is named after this enticingly radiant city of Arusha, is ecstatic to see its beauty and the blooming Jacarandas. What a beautiful, mesmerising Day 1 this was in Tanzania.

 

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25 thoughts on “Jacarandas in Arusha: #WordlessWednesday #WednesdayWisdom

  1. Such lovely bloom. I love this color. The picture of the tree facing the sky is a beauty in itself. Mesmerized just by seeing the photo, Natasha . Imagining how glorifying the entire experience would have been for you.

  2. That is so so beautiful. The sky and the flowers seem to blend in. Loved the pictures.
    I did not know Arusha is the name of a city. I am sure Arusha must have been so happy.

    I have to travel to South Africa. It’s on my list and will happen one day.

  3. It is always nice to know the names of the trees especially those which look magnificently beautiful with purple flowers. Your daughter’s face exudes a calm and happiness in the photo. I bet it must be a good feeling to be in a city after which you have got your name.

  4. This is so pretty, dear Natasha! I can see Arusha looks mighty pleased to be in the city bearing her name. It must feel so so special. Africa is blessed with so much beauty, all along the length and breadth of this beautiful continent. I’m so glad you’re going to bring us these wonderful photographs each week, along with the travel stories. Can’t wait to read them all.
    Wishing you an amazing week ahead! Big hugs and plenty of happy vibes your way.
    <3 <3 <3

  5. It’s jacaranda season here too. These beautiful trees are a refreshing sight in this summer heat. How exciting for your daughter to visit a place with the same name as her! All I got to visit was Rajlakshmi Canteen

  6. Baby Girl, look at you you have a beautiful baby girl too! 2 beautiful baby girls! You & yours! Awwwwww! I can tell you’re so proud. Thank you so much for sharing! Have a wonderful day! I see maybe you’re just starting your day, but my friend I must say goodnight to you! Have a wonderful day! HUGS!

  7. I have never seen Jacaranda in bloom but I’ve seen so many pictures that I know I will make it happen one day. Seeing one against a sunset (or sunrise) would be just perfect.

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