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... and I ordered a plate of chips (french fries) and soft drinks as nothing else on the half-page menu seemed to work for us today.
After we finished,we sat and caught up on some news as CNN was playing on the TV. It was nice to feel a bit connected again. As we watched, of all the strange things, Kambani Banda walks into the lounge! I couldn't believe it. We shook hands and I asked if everything was alright. He said that he needed the parking ticket ...
... the many rounds of tug-o-peace. They seemed to really enjoy the boys against the girls versions.
After the games, it was time for treats. So runners were sent to bring over a table for serving and others were sent up to the freezer to retrieve the ice cream. All the children were sent back to their campsites to retrieve a bowl, dish, or tin cup in which they could put their ice cream. On the treat menu was the ice cream, a few hard candies, a biscuit (cookie), ...
We arrived at Lusaka as scheduled at 3:30 PM. However two jumbo jets landed ahead of us.. I had thought to clear customs in a few minutes since our small commuter turbo prop had only about 18 passengers. Sadly it took over an hour to go through immigration.
I had a read on the Zambia immigration site that if you had a letter inviting you to Zambia on business that you could get a free 30 day visa. I had a letter from Lifenets stating I was coming to look at projects and ...
so it's Tuesday! Today wasn't super exciting, I did work, installed more devices! And talked to Tim (my boss)! I also exchanged money! (Yay!) and just spent time with Duke! It was a good day! This evening the power was on and off a lot, but I'm learning that is expected, and I need to enjoy it when it is on! The devices we installed today were in the ENT building, the Private Ward, the guesthouse, the OPD building, and the maintenance ...
... city-scape gets in the way of the view, but I can tell you that it is going to be incredible. Today we had the incredible experience of visiting the Village of Hope in Chongwe, a town about 30 km outside of Lusaka. The Village of Hope is essentially a village within the town that includes an orphanage for about 60 children, a school (which serves the whole community and has roughly 400 children) and a medical clinic that is open to the public. When we arrived this morning ...
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