Southern Sun Ridgeway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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Finally we are able to get a smooth, quick trip all the way along our travels. Since it is Sunday, no roadwork is being done and there is markedly less traffic on Great East Road. Once we arrive at the campground, Daniel tends the gate and we drive in. Mr. Banda meets us when we pull up to the pavilion. I was surprised to see that there were almost none of the plastic 'patio' chairs in the pavilion. What we learned is that the chairs are carried to each campsite by the ...
... smoothly and we head up stairs to have our passport checked. We stopped at the gift shop and purchased a few things we'll give as gifts once we get home. I may not have mentioned, but in most places we've been on this trip, walking out of the terminal through a 'jetway' onto a plane does not exist. Typically we walk out onto the tarmac, get on a bus, and are carried out to the plane, then climb the steps onto the plane. The reverse happens upon arrivals. Bus = Can ...
... travel without time to see much, but the Lusaka National Park is a good option, near the city center.
- Local commerce, i advise that you visit with someone local, to get better prices and better spots;
- Very friendly people;
- I'ts secure to walk on the street;
- Local currency is Kwacha
... use, and doctor retention in the country. The following are some troubling statistics: Only 1/4 of Zambia's graduating med students actually practice medicine in Zambia. The rest leave the country to practice in either the US or UK. It costs only 5 Kwacha for a pack of cigarettes. A bottle of Coke costs 6. Less than 10% of schools in Lusaka have anti-smoking campaigns or material. Of those schools that "have" a campaign, more than half only have a single no-smoking sign. ...
... part of all of this is that the Bwafwano clinic does not have a machine to do a CD4 count and therefore some people may not get the appropriate care because they are either reluctant or unable to go to another facility to get tested. Adding to this problem is the results take a long time to come back from testing done at other facilities or they are not transferred back to Bwafwano. Most of the decision-making for ARV treatment are ...