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... lives. We have met some of the kindest, hardworking, and honest people in Africa. This African volunteer trip quickly turned into a great adventure. Immediately we were drawn into the beauty and charm of Zambia. Where the communities welcomed us in with open arms, people on the street wanted to know your name and hear about your day, kids would run to you and throw their arms around you desperate for a hug. I have never seen so many people in a state of ...
... towns next to mansions and people walking on main roads next to cars speeding and over taking as there are no speed limits or road markings, they are definitely horn happy though!! It is such an eye opening experience but the beauty of it is that they are all really friendly people! We even had ladies waving to us from the back of trucks. We definitely stood out on arrival as Indian ladies came up to us and stated "just arrived? Very pale" whilst trying ...
Yesterday picked up a car from from Manchester airport. The countryside is different, the accents on the plane different. Although they speak my language and drive on the right...oops, same side of the road, this is not home. I was not born here, I married one of them, which is why I am headed to Blackpool. I have been writing to Aunt Joyce since I was 19 years ...
... 1720's. We stopped here for a bite to eat and to take some wonderful pictures of the valley floor below us that wound it's way down the other side of the pass. When we first arrived the weather had not been cooperating as it was drizzling off and on and finally after we had eaten lunch the sun began to shine.
We continued on driving down to the bottom of the pass and as we wound our way down it is quite different from the drive up as this side ...
Forgive the tardy blog but I have been getting grief for staying up late to write it!!! Having got ahead yesterday, today should have been an easy day, but for some reason it was a struggle...perhaps because we thought it would be easy. Anyway after a later start than usual, Trina dropped us off at yesterday's pick up point. We had decided that we would walk up something called the Ribble Way to rejoin the Pennine Way ...