Cresta Golfview

Address: Plot 10247, Great East Road, Lusaka, 10101, Zambia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Plot 10247, Great East Road, Lusaka, is near Chaminuka Game Reserve.
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      Livingston to Lusaka

      A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Nov 21, 2014

      1 comment, 76 photos

      ... English in the crowd but then a smartly dressed young woman appeared (from a nearby office where she had seen what was happening) and asked what was going on. She made a point of listening to both sides to understand what had happened. Not easy as people who had not even been there were giving their version of Shandle's offence. She explained that she was trying to demonstrate impartiality but made it clear to them that it was not a reason to ask for money if S had hit the child but ...

      Whirlwind of a day

      A travel blog entry by travelrob on Oct 21, 2014

      ... br>
      The pool was dirty today. They don't use chlorine. I still went in. I really needed a clean and this shower doesn't always cut it.

      The food is pretty consistent between lunches and dinners. Rice. Potatoes. The Zambian equivalent of ugali. Then chicken. Beef or pork. And fish. The fish is usually a breem? which must be a lake fish. It is either fried fillets or half the fish. The half fish is quite good. So far tails only but I think I'm ready for a fishhead.


      Safari 2.0

      A travel blog entry by hilary.swan on Jun 27, 2014

      7 photos

      ... was a full on sympany from them barking so loud and ferosiously that I was sure they were wild dogs or hyenas yet the watchman insisted they were just baboons. In the moring we woke to darkness at 5:00 am and had an absouletly delious breakfast. We then all gathered into our topless jeep and hit the park. Before we could even make it out of the camp we saw remnese of another one of last nights guests; multiple piles ...

      On to Zambia. Sad leaving Malawi

      A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Apr 18, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... be closed. Wilson tells me about a few matters right away. One of our church teens was killed by being hit by a vehicle two days ago. It happened with the young lady went up to Kitwe during school break. It's a shock. I do know the mother and greet her each time I come. It is unknown when the funeral will take place, but it will be in the next few days while we are here. They are bringing back the body from the Copper Belt today or tomorrow.

      Day Five

      A travel blog entry by rachelgerrish on Apr 10, 2014

      1 comment

      ... and Jan headed to Libala Basic after. That left Paul, myself, Rhian, Carrie Anne, Emily and Amelia. We were met by Sean not long after also. Surprisingly when we got there the teachers had moved everything into the middle of the room for us! We were very thankful for that as we were talking on the way there about dragging the heavy things around ha! We washed down the walls first with cloths and water to get rid of the dust. This didn't take too long. So ...