Ninety North Guest House (Pty) Ltd
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and an update on the state of our association in "the rest of Africa" that is the parts of Africa not served as part of the Southern African region (Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Malawi). My update included statistics, anecdotes and other information about Côte d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Togo, Benin, *****ia, Cameroon, the DRC, Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya, Madagascar, Reunion, and Mauritius.
... been years since we were last here, and Mikey and Natalie have only met each other in person 3 times in their lives, it was like we were old friends and despite the distance, we could easily pick up where we left off. It was such a fun and enjoyable night, and after a dessert of milk tart, we fell into bed around midnight (I think finally our body clocks have caught up to the time zone!).
We spent this morning at Broadacre Centre and had a lovely breakfast with Natalie, ...
... the weekend with the Makhothi family and Dani (another member of our group)! They were some of the most entertaining and beautiful people. My host family consisted of two parents, one daughter- 18, and two sons-14 & 11. I suppose the most daunting memory I have is when my host mother told me that we were have lamb for dinner... after struggling through 3/4 of my plate, they informed me that I was in fact eating cow stomach. I won't even try to describe the ...
... to schools....looked like high school kids One very sweet moment was a father holding the hand of 5-6 year old boy smartly dressed in a uniform with a knapsack on him.
I took pictures of buildings in the center and all of a sudden was surrounded by 3 plainclothes police men. Oh oh. They started questioning me. Why was I taking pictures? What was of special interest in the building across the street. ...
... more fun than removing your belt and clearing your pockets a second time in the heat. On the plus side, I was delighted to find a Priority Pass Lounge so the boy could get out of the heat while we waited for two hours. I also bought a few trinkets in order to dump Kwachas ( which have no value outside Zambia and are being replaced in January to eliminate all the zeros). Matt has a wad of five hundred Kwacha notes worth ten cents each as a souvenir. The ...