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In the morning we packed up staged our gear in the hearth room. After a few morning meetings, we bid farewell to the Congo staff. They gave us each a bronze colored statuette to remember Africa by. The van picked us up just before noon and we headed back down to the airport in N'Dola.
We stopped along the way in Kitwe to visit the house of …
My first excursion out of Lusaka was to Ndola, a town in the Copperbelt Province of Zambia. We were travelling for the purpose of visiting a project which Catholic Mission supports – St Anthony's Children’s Village – and it was soooooo much more than expected.
Here’s the summary. I...
- Visited 8 communities / projects supported by either Children’s Mission or Propagation of Faith Funds ...
I have taken a lot of buses on my quest through the African continent but I didn't expect this bus ride would ask the most me. Getting on the bus at 13 hrs and arriving the next morning at 8.30!!! Almost 20 hrs of Zambian horror including a bus breakdown, no dinner aand sleeping 1 hour on the ground in the bus. I am a tough guy but this is something I wouldn’t do again.
But ok, arrived as a broken ...
... eat it. Right now there are little, green, unripe mangoes on all the trees. They’ve started selling some sort-of-ripe mangoes in the market, but they’re just not quite ready yet.
Overall I had a really good experience in Zambia. I really enjoyed the work that I was doing on the study and had a great time working with all of the hospital and clinic staff. It was a little sad saying my goodbyes on my last day of work. I had a couple of ...
... cracked me up: he’d like to require Zambians to have a license in order to carry matches (to fight the field burning issue). I had the opportunity to go to Ndola (in the copper belt area) with Harrison and Rob to sit through a Farming God’s Way training session. It teaches Zambians to analyze their poverty, appreciate the rich land they’ve been blessed with, and gives them the knowledge to properly tend to their crops. They ...
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The interior design of the courtyard is really nice. The best part is walking the grounds in the evening among the Imapala (small antelope).
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