Travel Blogs from Chirundu, Zambia

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Canoeing on Zambezi river, Chirundu, Zambia travel blog

Canoeing on Zambezi river

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage

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Version traduite plus bas Oct 8, Zambezi River Canoeing There are 5 dangers on this river: the hippos, the current, the wind, the logs and the sun  announces the guide... I wonder why he did not mention the crocs! The morning had not started ...

Thanksgiving in Africa, Chirundu, Zambia travel blog

Thanksgiving in Africa

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage

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Version traduite plus bas Oct 6, Thanksgiving dinner "I thank Duncan for his jokes and his sarcasm" laughs Roman at the dinner table, "if you don't know how to make knots, do lots"...had said Duncan as Roman was getting frustrated at removing a clothe ...

From South Luangwa to Chirundu on Zambezi river, Chirundu, Zambia travel blog

From South Luangwa to Chirundu on Zambezi river

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage

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... away though, so in the dark, I could not see them.... but, hear them, we did!  Corinne 5 octobre, de South Luangwa Chirundu, sur le fleuvedu Zam bze Nous sommes rests Petuake puis au camp  Zambze Breezers , prs de ...

Easy Peasy Zambezi, Chirundu, Zambia travel blog

Easy Peasy Zambezi

A travel blog entry by beccasmith

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... and my internship coordinator Jen. We went to the Kiambi Lodge near Lower Zambezi National Park, where the Zambezi River divides Zambia and Zimbabwe. It was a beautiful getaway and we really appreciated the fresh - but extremely hot - air. Lusaka ...

Bridge Camp, Luongwa Valley, Zambia travel blog

Bridge Camp

A travel blog entry by samira_steve

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... that they have and you like. Languages vary so much from one country to another. You can meet some people here in Zambia that speak about 8 languages from the different tribes. English is commonly spoken here in Zambia. Similar to Malawi, they learn ...

Bridge Camp, Kasinsa, Zambia travel blog

Bridge Camp

A travel blog entry by harryabroad

In the morning we packed and went swiftly.. we thought we would get to Lusaka (the Capital) about midday and planned to eat lunch at a place called Ghandi's.. very nice Indian thalli’s and Chai.. stocked up with food and fuel and headed out.. It ...

A river runs through it (a three day canoe trip), Chirundu, Zambia travel blog

A river runs through it (a three day canoe trip)

A travel blog entry by manic-trip

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Ahhh, lovely….calmly we stroke the water with our paddles as the current of the Mighty Zambezi silently does the rest. Peace and tranquillity is all around us…the cry of a hunting Fish Eagle echoes from afar…..Ahhh, Africa….. ...

Wild Tracks, Kabwatu, Zambia travel blog

Wild Tracks

A travel blog entry by carlos.quijano

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Wild Tracks is a lovely spot – lodge/camp site, on the banks of the Zambezi under shady trees with a marvelous view. The staff is friendly and very helpful.  Silon was the chap assigned to our camp and we were delighted with his eagerness to ...

The Road to Mvuu - last trek East, Mvuu River Lodge, Zambia travel blog

The Road to Mvuu - last trek East

A travel blog entry by dungbeetle2010

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The Road to Mvuu - now late afternoon, we left the Kafue River behind and began down the road to Mvuu - watch out for cattle, animals and bicycles. The dust was just incredible, reducing visibility on the road and for the vehicles to about 2m, made no ...

IN THE PATH OF HIPPOS, Chongwe River Camp, Zambia travel blog

IN THE PATH OF HIPPOS

A travel blog entry by garynbrown

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... to one of the girls of the group, one of the other members of the group asked if I knew I was talking to the current Miss Zambia. She was traveling with her camera crew and, as you would expect, was tall and gorgeous. I can't believe I didn’t get a ...

Apr 15, 2010, Chirundu, Zambia travel blog

Apr 15, 2010

A travel blog entry by dirk.burger

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Bridge Camp Luangwa, Luangwa, Zambia travel blog

Bridge Camp Luangwa

A travel blog entry by neilandchris

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Bridge Camp Luangwa 9th & 10th August 2009 The drive from Lusaka to Bridge Camp was really good. We had expected the Great East Road to be of poor surface quality, but it has recently been upgraded and apart from a small stretch of potholes it is a ...

In which I have a close encounter, Zambezi River, Zambia travel blog

In which I have a close encounter

A travel blog entry by ricki958

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I didn't sleep all that well last night, with a bump under my mattress. That’s what happens when you let someone else position your tent!  Anyway, woke with the dawn, shortly before 6am.  We made "coffeetea" as TK calls it, breakfast of ...

Crossing the River Kafue, Chikwele, Zambia travel blog

Crossing the River Kafue

A travel blog entry by dungbeetle2010

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... trucks on this pontoon, the river was flowing fast. There are no services at the crossing. The last gas stop would have been Chirundu - we had filled up outside Kafue and carried an extra 40 litre gas each to make it back. This pontoon services the cattle ...

In which I don't know I have another encounter, Zambezi River, Zambia travel blog

In which I don't know I have another encounter

A travel blog entry by ricki958

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... ; Into the swing of it now, paddling slowly and letting the current carry us down.  We passed under a big bridge joining Zambia and Zimbabwe, and saw big trucks trundling across and a lot of foot traffic, people with day passes crossing from Zim to ...

Back to Lusaka and then on towards Zimbabwe, Chirundu, Zimbabwe travel blog

Back to Lusaka and then on towards Zimbabwe

A travel blog entry by randomostiar

No time to get to Mana Pools so we stopped off in a ...

Makuti, Makuti, Zimbabwe travel blog

Makuti

A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy

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05 July We left Chimoio at 7 and reached the Zimbabwe border by 9 - right on schedule. As we were the only people crossing the border at this crossing and time, the entire procedure took less than 30 minutes. In spite of the problems Zimbabwe is ...

The great trek  North and the East..., Mafuta, Zambia travel blog

The great trek North and the East...

A travel blog entry by dungbeetle2010

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... for a longer than expected journey.  So we headed in a North Easterly direction towards Lusaka and then South from Kafue towards Chirundu. There are many small towns en route via - Choma, Pemba, Monze, Mazabuka - with gas and fresh veggies, ...

Pictures of Wildtracks Camp, Wildtracks Camp, Zambia travel blog

Pictures of Wildtracks Camp

A travel blog entry by mike.christine

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This is the campsite we spent three nights at on the edge of the Zambezi river. There was a huge fishing competition on so unfortunately all the boats had been booked, but nonetheless it was a happy three days and Ceylon appeared and went off with our ...

Mana Pools on the Zambezi River, Mana Pools, Zimbabwe travel blog

Mana Pools on the Zambezi River

A travel blog entry by randomostiar

Saw my first 5-legged elephant and nearly got my hand nibbled by a hyena in my ...

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