Protea Hotel Lusaka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it or eat fish caught in it. After reading up about it we decided it wasn't worth the risk.
In the afternoon we were taken for a walk round the village. It was much larger than we expected having 3,500 inhabitants in different ' neighbourhoods'. Our guide was a member of the village and took us through the residential areas, past the craftsmen at work, through the tiny shops, via the village bread oven, through the fishing village and finishing up at the village distillery ...
... was bustling. It's a big hub for African travel. I ended up in a really slow international transit line. I wonder how many people miss flights in that line. Actually the customs line in Zambia was incredibly slow too. Maybe because people were getting visas in line rather than before departing. I hope this isn't going to be a trend...
Airports big ones at least seem to be the same everywhere. You could pluck ...
... booth in Texas my freshman year, to eat the bugs that swarmed around the light. (This was just before the finished the booths and added air conditioning.)
After trying to pack by braille, the power came on around 9:15. We slept till about 5 am and finished repacking and left with Wilson and his wife Dorothy to the airport at 6:30 to be able to get through the major traffic in Lusaka.
We got to the airport on time, and waited in ...
... fails to convey the grandeur of Victoria. All that I can say is that it is a sight that has to be seen with you're own eyes. More than worth it. Michael Back to the hotel. The Chrismar in Livingston is beautiful! Only down side is the fact there are more bugs and Mosquitos because of the amount of water around. I wasn't too hungry but forced myself to eat dinner. I was really hoping to dress up nicely tonight and make an effort... For once! ...
... tagged so people can still keep an eye on them. Many businesses sponsor the orphanage for example British airways. Also local schools visit them often. We were then fortunate enough (with Mrs P and Patricia's persuasion towards the staff) to go on a game drive. We drove down to Lilayi lodge to explore a little. To my surprise it has changed a lot since I last saw it! The pool was bigger, they had a new reception area, the room we last ate in is now ...