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489km 3 days from Lusaka to our three days off in Vic Falls, outside in a town called Livingstone. 156km, 181km and 151km. Long days but dull riding. The roads (including the cracks), the scenery was just like at home, or any part of Southern Ontario. I won the stage win on 156km and 151km which was a nice treat. The 151km day into Vic Falls, didn't end too well. Race to lunch - 75km. During ...
... end of the walk we were tired but our guide said that we would have transport back from the taxi rank. We thought he was joking but when we reached the road our "taxis" awaited us, bikes with pillion seats. My cyclist/driver overtook everyone so we were in front. All was quiet and calm as dusk descended until we crested the hill and suddenly built up speed. I was terrified and instinctively screamed. My taxi man must have thought it was a sign of exhilaration as he joined in. So ...
First name: dakka-man.
Dakka means mortar in the local language. Dakka-boys are the lowest on the local work team. They are probably paid very little and do back breaking work all day. They get 5 wheelbarrows of sand. Carry over a 50 kg bag of cement. Mix those and then mix in water. Then they distribute the mortar to the masons. They do this all day for the build. Ours were very lazy. On Monday they ...
... to the flat, barren savannahs of Namibia. Our final destination of Lusaka was the first time we've been anywhere that feels bigger than Petersfield. Lusaka is a proper city, the biggest city in Zambia and a huge contrast to Mwandi. Getting of at the bus terminal we were bombarded with taxi drivers. It was great to finally experience a hectic developing ...
... toilet paper available have become like beautiful oases. The last few weeks have made me a hardened toilet paper larcenist and I steal it pretty much on any occasion where it isn't nailed down. After two days of solid driving, we reach Lusaka- the capital of Zambia. Thanks to the country's natural reserves of copper, the city is well developed, so much so that it feels foreign. After weeks of dust-covered shanty towns, it feels bizarre to see proper asphalt ...