Mulungushi Village

Address: Lusemfwa Road Kalundu, Lusaka, 00000, Zambia | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMulungushi Village Lusaka

Reviewed by josiehannahxo

so far it is nice!

Reviewed Jul 2, 2011
by (1 review) High Wycombe , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

haven't looked around yet, too busy unpacking, but looks nice from what we've seen! rachel's been in the toilet all day too, going to look around soon!

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Reviewed by rachelgerrish

Nice Zebra

Reviewed Jul 2, 2011
by (2 reviews) Wooburn Green , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Very nice accomodation although the room has been bombarded with 8 suitcases full of equipment! Reduced to sitting on the floor!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Mulungushi Village Lusaka

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Lusaka

Day 10 - Meeting with Mary

A travel blog entry by mobstfeld on May 11, 2015

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... in the 80's was a further burden to both the economy and the health professional community. This lead to several initiatives that continue to this day. Education is an ongoing struggle for Zambians as many families cannot afford to send their children to school and especially into the later grades. The drop out rate is very high and therefore literacy is very low. Not having the ability to read communications ...

Day 7 - Visit to Bwafwano

A travel blog entry by mobstfeld on May 08, 2015

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... yesterday, the run down housing and smelled the sewage near other living areas. Our hostel - although small and not very fancy seems very luxurious in comparison. After a follow-up debrief with the group we hung out and had some much needed down time with some laughs and group discussions. It is one thing to talk about the challenges in this poor country and yet another to actually have the first visual eye-opener of the real life situation. Mary and ...

When 1 = 2

A travel blog entry by travelrob on Oct 19, 2014

... are having their houses fully paid for so they are in the greatest need category. They have existing dwellings on the same land that will be torn down when the house is completed. Houses are three rooms basic construction. Concrete floors with cinderblock walls. Latrine is outside. Kitchen is likely outside except in rain. The foundations are already dug. Yay! But be careful what you wish for. This means we will ...

Safari 2.0

A travel blog entry by hilary.swan on Jun 27, 2014

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... dug with each pile larger than my head. We also learned about the Golden Baboons, that litterly scatter the park. We also saw many more hippos infact there are 20, 000 hippos amongst the park so they are pretty much everywhere. There are also 18,000 elephants so we saw many of those. Personally elephants are my favourite. There was one place in particular on our trip today that was absoulety beautful with zebras, hundres ...

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