Henry Makulu House

Yembe Street, Ndola, Zambia | Hostel
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From Mumbwa to the Pringles in Kitwe

A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Apr 23, 2014

One thing that we noted and commented about to the pastor Wilson Nkhoma was the treatment of animals. It's harsh. Dogs are not treated well – kicked and large rocks are thrown at them even by children who are following the adult’s example. Even the cattle at the watering hole were treated harshly by children helping control the number of animals drinking. They seemed to enjoy hitting and whipping the animals. We talked ...

Farewells to the Congo Staff and Chingola

A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Jan 12, 2013

58 photos

... over 10 years (this game was vs Sweden).

A late lunch was found at kind of a locals hotel. The negotiations start off with "We hear this place is good at curing an afternoon hunger"...

Due to a schedule change, my three companions are departing this evening instead of tomorrow morning with me. At the airport we take a few photos and I stay with the van. Domi takes me to what ...

Ndola...The Copperbelt Province of Zambia

A travel blog entry by lanaturvey on Feb 29, 2012

12 photos

... Zambia selling off its land and mines, without any protective clauses for employment of Zambians, National Royalties and their spending direction – nothing. So today, you can see remnants of this prior era and imagine how it must have been flourishing, but as you look around, what remains is people trying to make a living by selling small home wares, children selling fruit they have picked from trees rather than being in school, ...

The End of the Road

A travel blog entry by laura1 on Nov 20, 2010

21 photos

... is bent into a scoop-like shape. Then you use the nshima to pick up pieces of greens, beans, or meat (all referred to as relishes) and eat it all in one mouthful. Nshima itself doesn’t have much flavor so it’s pretty much just a carrier starch for whatever other food you’re eating. For my vegetarian self, I was very happy with the large variety of greens that are eaten in Zambia. My favorites are sweet potato leaves and pumpkin leaves, and ...


A travel blog entry by terraleep on Oct 21, 2010

4 comments, 16 photos

... night I had the chance to speak some encouraging words to Mya but the best words of the evening didn’t come from my mouth. Whenever she was approached by a man, she always turned him down saying “no, I’m with my good friends tonight”. How beautiful is that? She's even called a couple times since then to see how we are doing.

Abby, my roommate and the new “intern” here with Africa’s Child is ...