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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... which is becoming renowned for its natural splendor and wildlife.
A day off awaits in Lusaka, Zambia’s bustling capital city, where one can explore a nearby mall and the national University, or just kick back poolside.
From Lusaka to Livingstone the roads are flatter and fast, passing through several larger towns with well stocked shops.
At our campsite in Livingstone, you can arrange your ...
... has been very cool, delightful jazz. We have spent almost all day planning our transport and money, and contacting our hosts from the CCAP, thankful to have this buffer day to rest and plan. Adding photos seems to have problematic, but I'll try anyway. Managed to add some from Zakouma National Park. Vervet monkeys were very cute, food was French style. Feeling very ...
Malawi is a great country, a country I definetly will miss, here are some of the highlights of Malawi: * The warm and friendly people * The fact that everything is so easy in Malawi * That it is possible to live very cheap - I got lodging and three meals a day for about 10 USD in Cape Maclear! * The awesome biketaxis on every corner (can't believe I don't have a picture of those!) * The 'doughnuts' they sell pretty much everywhere (doughnuts without frosting, they are ...
... truer. With traditional Gule dancing, We couldn't help but feel like prancing. Being muzungu's makes us centre of attention, So without fail the males always mention: That we are their new wives, And with them we shall start our new lives. As we profusely deny the request, The persuasion comes at it's best. With only nice people surrounding us, This crazy experience is going to be a plus. The Warm Heart Of Africa is treating us well, So until next time-it's ...
... First Lady, Callista. She dressed well & one look we can tell that she is some VIP.
Calista was trained in HIV & Nutrition and she shared that she is very touched with Nu Skin's work in Malawi. In her work with HIV patients, she sees 5 yr old suffering from HIV and it's not their fault. It's a lot about lack of knowledge.
Many people come to Malawi and ask why a child don't go to school. Their answers are ...