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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
TravelPod Member ReviewsMukuba Hotel Ndola
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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... our property is being occupied by others. There is also another Festival in Zambia 600 miles to the northeast in Isoka near Tanzania.
The part of this trip that concerned me was the navigation through Lusaka as there are so many vehicles and so few roads….terrible congestion. But, Wilson took a diversionary route through downtown. We got to Lusaka airport in good time. This is was the flight I feared because of ...
... Mission over 4.5 days
· Met several AMAZING, strong, intelligent, big-hearted, loving women who happen to be religious sisters... seriously don’t know how they accomplish so much under given situations!
· Fell in Love.... with about 100 kids under the age of ten, I seriously considered how many of them I might be able to fit into my travel backpack J
· Witnessed the indescribable oppression that poverty ...
... man in Ndola and needed nschima (aka Ugali/ pap) desperately. Got a good meal at 9 in the morning and after went looking for a place to stay. Found a spot at the Vine Lodge and slept from 10.30 to 12.30 because my (lovely) boss made an appointment at our business partner at 13.30 hrs. But ok 2 hours sleep did me well and I went to the business partner to give a presentation on what happened at the mine etc. ...
... 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 ...
... me do a short bit about composting : )
Loveness Siamafor lives in Choma. She is a kind soul suffering from diabetes, a heart condition and living with HIV. Her husband refuses to get tested for HIV/AIDS and doesn’t look for work. She can’t afford to put her children in school anymore, so they’ve stopped at grade 7. Imagine the frustration in that situation… There was more to her story though… She one of ...