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Travel Blogs from Lusaka
... with our guide James. Today we had another early wake up and were in the park for 6:00am. Highlights SPF the day include seeing some of the beautiful trees such as the bobab tree (my personal fave) as well as many other trees that look very similar to the tree of life from lion king. We also saw many birds, gazelle baboons and hippos. We also got extremely close (5ft) away from a tower of giraffes (8) and got ...
... and we land without incident. But, a South African Airways full plane landed ahead of us and we had a very long line at immigration. We waited about half an hour and finally when the "diplomats" line ended, we were pushed in there. Our luggage was ready to pick up and there was WIlson and his wife Dorothy. Great to see them!
We had to change some money in Zambian Kwachas. It is getting on towards sunset. It's also Easter weekend and lots of ...
... knew. As well we saw warthogs. Now I love warthogs. Something about them I just like. Maybe because as a kid I constantly played on crash bandicoot and used to love the hog ride game. You'd understand if you have/had the first ever crash bandicoot game. We managed to see one of the big fives!!! A white rhino which weighs roughly 3 tons! We had to get out the bus and walk to see these. We were so close. We split into two twelves to make sure we didn't scare them away ...
... my destination. After two more days of sardine in a can like conditions I can say it's best not to sit in the isle or if you do bring a helmet with face guard. I got a slap of everything from babies to custard creams to bottles of coke and to round it off some big Momma Africa's 36 DD across the head, although I didn't mind the last one too much. From the border to Lusaka, Zambia is very rural and big. In between there were no major ...
There was garbage everywhere. At one end of the show a fire burned
with toxic fumes blowing over the vendors, advertisers and horse
rides - it was a pile of garbage burning. I realized how the piles
got there and how accepted it was when a child in front of me dropped
his garbage on the ground without any thought. No one said anything,
with no garbage cans there was no other option anyway. It's a way of
I played the ...
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