Protea Hotel Chingola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is hard to find. Luckily we did find a shop that sold it and my mum bought a load. After a small lunch of bread and jam, we went to a quilt project called love-tree where my mum bought a couple of cushion covers for her quilt. The other house my dad lived in on Luapula Drive was impossible to find as I don't think it is even called that anymore. The highlight of our day was the evening when we went to ...
... They have really improved it by adding a higher pitched roof. The evening was brightened further by a text message from LeeAnn Luker greeting us. Two years exactly the Luker’s and us were all here together at the Pringle’s and it was sweet to reminisce about those moments in 2012.
To bed. We get up at 3:45 am to leave for Solwezi and Mufumbwe. The adventure continues. Today is our 20th day on this trip. ...
... had to be translated to and from French.
The staff were a little more animated than the Zambian staff, but were clearly on better behavior since the big bosses were in town. In meetings with only Dennis, things got a lot more active. It actually took us a while to explain why there was a new President of Outreach. To think that the old President voluntarily left his job as ...
... 60 years old. The last time Outreach staff visited, John was living in a hut nearby guarding his corn from thieves until it could be transported to market. Now he has enough cash flow to pay workers when he has to go to town ($4/day). Agnes is putting together a proposal to Outreach and another organization for funding to buy some pedal pumps to help them irrigate more efficiently. Although Outreach has been waiting for weeks ...
... but the guesthouse's well pump and storage tanks hid the fact from the staff. Maybe.
We had a few short meetings in the first couple hours, then moved out to a village on the outskirts of the city's district. Somehow the plan changed and we ended up visiting this Chimpanzee Orphanage (Chimfunshi) first. It was ok, but for being 23km off the track, probably not that interesting for folks not wild about animals. The admission was $10 per person ...