A lot has happened since we left Vijiji Center. Friday was Zanzibar Revolution Day, so our trip into Arusha was a lot quieter than it had been our previous trip. We met up with our cultural guides Musa, Leboy, and Killing'ot, who will be with us for the rest of the program.Our next destination was Monduli, a small town that usually sees very few tourists. We had the opportunity to walk around and see the town, which had a very distinct small town feel, especially when compared to Arusha. While in town, we tried the corn that many of the women were cooking on the side of the road. It was very different than the sweet corn many of us are used to. Actually, it sort of tasted more like popcorn that hadn't been popped yet instead of corn on the cob. A local market was another destination, where we picked up a few things, including chocolate, which we had all been missing. Dinner was at a local restaurant, where we were able to sample some tasty local cuisine.On Saturday, we officially left for Maasailand. We toured the Maasai market at Emairete. We had an opportunity to begin to practice our Maa, which we had quickly realized is not as strong as our very minimal Swahili. This stop allowed us to purchase shukas, which makes us look slightly less like a bunch of tourists and slightly more like the Maasai.We arrived at our first boma stay tonight in Mbarangati. We were swarmed by children upon our arrival, who just wanted to shake our hands over and over again and had a fascination with anything worn on our wrists. A few members of the group introduced frisbee to them, while others of us taught them clapping games that they never could get tired of. The boys were able to participate in their first jumping game, which was something that amused the Maasai men to no end. We wrapped up our day watching the cattle come in, most of us with a child or two in hand. Overall, most of us have described today as our favorite day yet.