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... and it can be quite costly to send kids to a government run school (costs include uniforms, fees and books) and often parents in a local community club together to create a community school such as Linda with the help of overseas charities and volunteers.
Our volunteer leader, Jack, a young UK lad who had just graduated from uni introduced us to the teachers from Linda school and we were off with our first PE class. Fortunately there were 8 volunteers ...
... the edge of Victoria falls, Livingstone island. I thought that this was going to be a cup of tea and a few cakes, maybe a beer and get a decent view of the falls. Oh I got one hell of a view as we were led over slippery rocks to the very edge of the falls. I'm not exaggerating here we were literally on the edge. One gust of wind or foot in the wrong place and you're off mate. We sat in the Angels pool which is the most amazing thing I've ever done. The ...
... the gusts of wind. For those of you unaware, January marks the start of Zambia's rainy season and the rivers that feed the falls are overflowing from the rains. The pancho man at the entrance to the park must have been making a killing, because you had to invest in a pancho if you wanted to have even a slight chance at having a dry part of your body after you were finished. The downside to this insane level of waterfall spray, apart from being soaked, is that it ...
... My bus down to Zomba was full so after pleading with the driver he let me on and made me pay the full price to sit on the engine next to him along with six other people, in addition to the dozen or so already standing in the aisle. My bus to Lilongwe sat in the bus station for two hours before it left, turning a 4 hour journey into a 6 hour journey. I knew the journey across the border was going to be tricky as on the way it had taken around ...
... of 5 people: James, Chris, Izzy, me and Tez. It was a little bit more relaxed than the first part so we could finally start enjoying the landscape. Besides that, we did some cliff jumping and even swam through a few rapids so we were having a lot of fun in the second part of the day. We also did a partial game drive on the Zambezi River in view of the fact that we spotted several crocs lazily chilling on the bank of the river. Mostly they were small but we managed to observe some ...
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