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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... this pavement heavily potholed. The road is relatively flat through the whole country.
Cycling Difficulty: 3/5
1=Easy, terrain not challenging, no significant climbing;
2=Moderate, Light climbing, lower average distances per day, decent road surfaces;
3=Average, Some long and tough days with shorter less challenging days mixed in, environment and terrain are more of a factor;
4=Challenging, Longer ...
A new section today - The Zambezi Zone
Number of days cycling: 8
Height gained: 8,110m
Rest Day: Lusaka, Zambia (after 5 days of riding)
Finish: Victoria Falls
Two new riders:
Caroline, North American but lives in Switzerland
Kimberley from USA
Border Crossing today from Malawi into Zambia, so no race
Distance today: 152 km
Height Gained: 830m
... fridge therefore no cold cokes. But we could hear a generator running, but not for a fridge to provide cold cokes to a tourist who comes by once a year. Yeah, so people don't get it. But what we have gone though we should be use to this by now. Yes we have Wifi the sign says, but they don't have wifi, let alone hydro.....But hey it's Africa!! Today was a great ride!!! 107km, cross wind, 500m up 990 down. I have been sick the last 2 days so no riding and yeah it sucks. ...
... and some end up sitting on the floor. These are all exams which they complete at the end of every term. The Form 4s complete their final exams (leavers certificate) in June and July. These papers are sent away and marked by other teachers but all of the others are just end of term assessments and therefore marked by the staff at the school. The whole system is, unsurprisingly given Malawi's history, loosely based upon the British education system. After spending ...
... to buy a pineapple and three mangoes. They're much smaller here than at home. As I walked down there I was walking behind two women who were carrying several planks of wood on their heads. I wasn't walking slowly but I was unable to catch them up! The market is a hive of activity and is quite big and sells all sorts. I bumped into people that I know which was nice and it was a very slow walk back as I chatted to lots and lots of people. I made it back ...