Protea Hotel Lusaka
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 8217;t expect for a breakfast conversation, and left with Joseph.
We first went to Joseph’s office downtown, only about ½ mile from where our church building is and . He is doing the accounting for the Simpson Foundation’s agricultural project and some accounting oversight work for Lifenets.
The office is in a market area where people come to buy produce and some livestock as I saw a considerable number of chickens in cages. ...
Today was a horrendous travel day, we drove for 14 hours through Zambia and saw pretty much known of it, we went through the capital and Lusaka appeared to be quite a modern city but didn't really get chance to see it. We play silly games on the bus to pass the time, the altitude game is a personal favourite. Although I was so long on the bus, it was also so long sat next to Jess, I know she doesn't like me holding her hand but it ...
... cuisine, though Team 3 in particular had to go through some rather intense meetings to eventually and reluctantly provide some variety in their strictly imposed menu of Muesli for Breakfast and a Bread and Cheese lunch, primarily to avoid the task of washing up! The house building began at pace for all teams from Day 1 with shifts from 8-12 and 2-4pm. The slightly larger teams 2 & 3 were designated to build not one but two houses, which certainly proved to ...
... our property is being occupied by others. There is also another Festival in Zambia 600 miles to the northeast in Isoka near Tanzania.
The part of this trip that concerned me was the navigation through Lusaka as there are so many vehicles and so few roads….terrible congestion. But, Wilson took a diversionary route through downtown. We got to Lusaka airport in good time. This is was the flight I feared because of ...
Sorry if my blog doesn't make sense today or has missed things out I'm very tired!!!! Chilenje Basic was the first stop. We finished last minute bits on the walls, such as using black marker pens to outline drawings. We only stayed half an hour. Then Matthew took a few of the students to a local hospital to get their hearing checked and maybe get some of them hearing aids. John went with to collect his. Unfortunately three of the girls have such bad hearing that they ...