Southern Sun Ridgeway
Travel Blogs from Lusaka
... to the flat, barren savannahs of Namibia. Our final destination of Lusaka was the first time we've been anywhere that feels bigger than Petersfield. Lusaka is a proper city, the biggest city in Zambia and a huge contrast to Mwandi. Getting of at the bus terminal we were bombarded with taxi drivers. It was great to finally experience a hectic developing ...
... When the cavities were filled with mud, two days of mud throwing commenced with the aim of completely hiding the wooden infrastructure. On Sunday, our sixth and final project day, the house that was most ready was transformed by a process of smoothing similar to fine plastering and despite a few less workers in the morning, as a third of the team decided to go to Church, by 3.30pm the house was completed, albeit without the roof. Pheobe and Alice gained master ...
... one session of leadership meetings. He was ordered to return, but could not. So he was "disfellowshipped." On top of that the REST of the area was excommunicated and told to be cut off from the Good News magazine. This is one of the most bizarre examples of abuse that I have seen. However, they were not daunted. They carried on for two years as the United Church of God conducting weekly Sabbath service and keeping the Feast of Tabernacles. ...
... so we didn't get too close. A couple of us ran in to stock up with biscuits and drinks. Whilst in the African spirit a few of the group got into singing songs from the Lion King and Jungle Book and George of the Jungle. Me not so much, I left that to them! We got to the Mosi Oa Tunya Safari Park and was greeted by Victor our guide. We stayed on the bus which I was a little gutted about. I love game drive cars. Also the thought of sitting on the same bus in the ...
... It is hard to imagine that the tree I was laying in could be as old as 3000 years old. It was so peaceful and I felt like I could almost feel the trees energy...or my inner hippy is finally taking over.
One of the places I have anticipated to see the most is the Central kalihari and staying with the San tribes. I grew up watching 'the gods must be crazy' and squealed like a little girl when I saw the guy walk down in his loin cloth. The ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service