Sunbird Mzuzu Hotel
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... arrived at Wildlife Camp in South Luangwa- what an amazing spot on the banks of the river! Spent 4 nights there and had so many baboons in the camp- saw leopard, crowned cranes, Buffalo and heaps more. Negotiated a discount to drive through the park to the Great North Road- what an adventure over the Muchinga escarpment! Our first real 4x4 on the trip- such fun Miranda!!!
... clients every week. From this budget he also has to make any repairs to wheelchairs, specialised chairs etc, get the materials to build parallel bars, chairs etc and get his clients to a hospital if they can't afford it. To get them from this area to the local rural hospital is about £8, £12 to the district hospital or £15 to get them to one of the top, specialist hospitals. So I'm sure you can imagine his budget is very tight and doesn't often go as far as he would like it to. ...
... different ways that the local people try to earn a living. I was still within a few days of being at home where people have a much stronger safety net around them and don’t have to try so hard to provide their families with the basics. Even if they did they would probably try and find a shorter and more unpleasant route. The fact that people try so hard to peddle their wares is infinitely more positive than the alternative - crime, of which so far I have seen none.
... to a plantation nearby and although I was quite interested, he talked himself out of it but making it sound like we would all have a price on our heads after seeing how his business worked. ‘You don’t tell anyone about this place, you don’t put it on Youtube, Facebook, no pictures...’. I can’t go any further with this story as I fear he may be waiting at the airport for me if I divulge any more but needless to say we gave it a miss in the end.
After an 8pm til 8am sleep which had clearly been a lingering need of mine since Heathrow, we set about finishing this dragged out journey which equates to about 280 kilometres in real terms but may I think African kilometres are a different measurement as this seems impossible as we were tonning it the whole way. Anyway, the taxi driver we hired from the bus station to Joy’s had left us ...