Protea Hotel Lusaka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Only if a camera could capture what we are able to see with our eyes. Life is so beautiful and to have these creatures walk along side us is something pretty cool. One of my other highlights was seeing my best friends from Fredericton, Emilie, Cathlia, Katie and Nikki on a jeep ahead of us and then finding out that their camp was literally next door. Life is good my friends. Very good indeed! Living life to the fullest. ...
24th May - Day 7 - Fringilla Farm - 2408kmThis was a slow days travelling. First we had to negotiate road works around Kafue, then it was the traffic in Lusaka. We stopped to admire the mighty Kafue River! Which was very impressive. All roads lead into the centre of Lusaka and there is no bypass at all. Absolute chaos. After more than an hut of bumper to bumper three lane traffic, we ...
... the photos and they said a lady from Sweden visited and printed them. We gave them some uniform and a random mix of clothes we'd brought from home. They were very happy which made us feel happy. One boy even immediately put on some green tracksuit bottoms. After our quick visit we headed to the Kalimba crocodile farm. We all got to hold a python! Very heavy but incredible! Our guide was actually the same man we had two years ago!! A very brave man! He ...
Not very bright this morning. The weather is like British weather! All very tired. Last night was a late one chatting and playing uno again. Matthew for breakfast has something I've never heard of before. He mixes cereal with yoghurt, juice and honey! To be fair it looks quite healthy! It's an interesting one. Only a few of the group went to Libala basic briefly this morning. They handed over the Ukeleles to the students ...
... they luckily managed to pick it up. They'd been told as we changed over to another flight at Amsterdam, one of our cases had been put on a flight to Kenya instead of Zambia by accident! As we had our case back; we had our computer back. So we took the computer to Adrian the I.T man as Mike and Mrs P called him. He has been working with this project since the beginning so has known Mrs P for quite a few years! When we got to the very small room that stores the ...