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... in the little strip mall where the bus office was. We loaded up and went to the Burley Guest House where we are staying till we go to Zambia on Tuesday.
After unloading and getting our room, we went to deliver some items for a Lifenets project, a small internet shop run by Mwayi Chondi. We were met by her two daughters, Tinayande and Pirirani, who were at the shop. We had met Piriani 2 years before, but her sister was in college in Ireland ...
... to me while I am writing these words... And I myself am probably going for a read or so, it's holiday time anyways. A few ours of walking around already gives you enough to contemplate one. I also realised these holidays are going to be a at a lower pace than I am used to - but this is completely fine with me. We are going to take it cool, calm and easy! No hurry, no stress and the primary goal is to stay healthy ...
... and I am left with the carry on luggage. Our checked baggage is
already being sent on! Robert comes back downstairs and goes back to
the counter and still things are not cleared up. By this time there is
another man with problems with some of his groups tickets. Time is
ticking by and finally they print out some boarding passes and tell us
to go on upstairs to check in. Go upstairs and then ...
It seems a shame not to keep writing just because I have left the school, so here's some more for those of you who are still interested! A brief summary of my route since leaving the school: from Windhoek, a nine day camping tour up to Livingstone, Zambia via Botswana - bus from Livingstone to Lusaka - another bus from Lusaka, across the border to Lilongwe where I am now. I hadn't fully appreciated the distances involved; in that time, I have crossed almost ...
... whole year, growing crops and animals
So lead farmers in turn teach the follower farmers and neighbor farmers follow them also.
Through this way now there are 390 families being taught already.
100% of them said they are eating more, having more yield, their children are healthier and all wanted more training.
SAFI started from 30 families and now they are teaching 490 families!
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