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Left early this morning to make the final charge through to Livingstone. It was an effort to get out of bed for the first time. Now running three times a night to the bathroom. Started taking something called buscopan for the stomach cramps. The river water is taking its time to fix things, but hopefully with the meds it will help.
We had been warned of a very large rapid just ten kilometers downstream, and to take ...
... to run, we were not to panic but to just 'Hang On' as it's a 'very long way down'!! There was nervous laughter all around at this.
I am pleased to report that it was a peaceful and serene ride except at one point when one of the babies which was happily "skipping" alongside decided it wanted to feed and proceed to do so with the female in front of us and I'm not sure what the kerfuffle was but it seemed that Liwa (our ...
... have afforded you reasonable passage past this point or to have avoided it all together. It happened to me on Everest when I got sick and didn’t want to let the rest of the side down by saying I was ill, and thought I could last two more days, get to Base Camp, after which we’d descend and I’d start feeling better. Well that didn’t work. Midnight, I started walking from Base Camp, up the glacier to get down to lower altitude, to help the ...
... arrive at the pick - up point.
Still with half an hour to spare, we raced to the Royal David Livingstone Hotel only to be greeted by a check in attendant who insisted on giving us the ‘ultimate check in experience’. This started with cool towels and no matter how hard we tried to tell him that in 3 ½ minutes we were being picked up for a tour, he was determined to proudly detail the hotel facilities, services…even trying ...
It's so difficult to find time to update you all. I can't believe I have only been here 2 weeks, Zambia is starting to feel like home, so it feels like I've been here ages! So I finished up at Mwandai school on Friday. I really liked the grade 6 students but not their teacher. There was such a range in ages & ability levels in my grade 6 class. Basically the students in grade 6 ranged in age from 11-17. Some could speak English well, others could barely ...
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