Protea Hotel Cairo Road
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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I walked the length of Cairo Road, the main street of Lusaka, thrice on my first morning in town. Once in search of SIM cards, then to pick up registration forms for the cards and again to get the details of the SIM card vendor for said forms. All this so I could surprise the children with some mobile phones that had been donated …
Sunday morning 08:30, Dondey picks us up from the Protea Cairo Road and we depart for the outing with the children and staff of WONS Orphanage, the Grand Day Out, what our visits to Zambia are all about, really. We get to WONS and find the bus waiting there and the kids already excitedly piling in to get going already. Soon we …
... mortar (by hand), moving concrete blocks (by hand) and laying bricks (by hand). We started with only corners built and ended with almost six rows. Not a bad result. We are anticipating being able to actually finish both houses by the end of the week. Roofs included!
Since we are literally in the middle of a local community there are children everywhere. Even children of school age who are supposed to be in school were hanging around. Many wanted to talk, hold hands, touch my arm hair ...
... I am currently in South Luwanga Park here in Zambia on a fun four day adventure and what a trip it has already been with seeing dozens of hippos literly 50 feet away from where we sleep, numerous crocs, 2 gazelles, monkeys and baboons absoulelty everywhere and my absoulte favourite the elephants which we have seen two heards of, one while we were in the car and one on the river bank with ...
... Operation Sunshine'. It's run by a lady and her husband who met in Zambia, ended up getting married there and living there for a while. The charity get people to donate and pay to have things shipped to Zambia many times throughout the year. Myself, Mike, Mrs P and Carrie Anne visited their warehouse a few months ago and took equipment over that'll be delivered not long after we leave. Lin is an inspirational lady! She has done so much for this project and ...