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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... his tent area with the key, unlocks the thick padlock, undoes the chain and slides the gate open. We met him and his wife, Rachel and their children yesterday. He is all smiles. We greet him and proceed into the camp. He slides the gate closed, refastens the chain and shuts the padlock. He is a faithful servant and takes his job to keep The Camp of Israel secure seriously.
The adventure continues...
PS. I think we are fading from Doris's memory by now! ...
... ticket desk to check in. Our bags head off on the conveyors, checked through to Lusaka. Each time we watch them disappear, I secretly hope that we see them again soon! In Africa I've learned a saying repeated by frequent travelers here: "A checked bag is a lost bag!" I think this is probably an exaggeration born out of experience and frustration, but thus far, SSA has performed flawlessly and our bags have alway met us at our destinations.
The check-in ...
So today I slept in until 1:36pm. I was supposed to go shopping at 9am... That did not happen. Then I proceeded to clean the floor. And watch a lot of TV on my computer (on not TV but rather downloaded TV shows). And I talked to Matt on the phone! Basically that was my day! Pretty simple, relaxing and ...
... again with the hotel that when you will arrive;
- There will be some taxi services that will take about 30€ to make the journey, but confirm the value before taking the ride;
- you will find ATM machines in the Levy Business park (example). Visa and Mastercard are acepted;
What to see
- I was on ...
Bye David! Our pseudo-professor left around noon, and his presence will be greatly missed on the rest of the trip. Later this afternoon, we visited the University Teaching Hospital to meet with yet another very important person, the Dean of Medicine of Zambia's largest hospital. He is a very busy man, and we are all grateful he set aside 60 minutes of his ridiculous schedule to speak to us. What an honour! He talked mainly about his passions and research areas, including heart ...