Southern Sun Ridgeway
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... arrived in the colourful village of Mwandi, which is situated on the banks of the Zambezi River and means the 'Place of Plentiful Fish'. The Fisherwomen holding laden plates of kipper like bream above their heads, met the bus en masse and heckled me for trying to take pictures of them. The project campsite was 800 yards up the sandy main road, where we were reunited with Team 1 and 2, with Team 4 arriving the day after. The campsite was well organized with showers, ...
... cool photos of them. This evenings game drive was a lot more lively and possibly my favourite yet, with the park less busy then the morning we were able to view the animals without the chatter and snaps of cameras from multiple vehicles around the animal. It was also an elephant lovers heaven with seeing 17 elephants within 4 hours. Some in heards as large as 6. Their old wrinkly grey skin, large ears, whip like ...
... be closed. Wilson tells me about a few matters right away. One of our church teens was killed by being hit by a vehicle two days ago. It happened with the young lady went up to Kitwe during school break. It's a shock. I do know the mother and greet her each time I come. It is unknown when the funeral will take place, but it will be in the next few days while we are here. They are bringing back the body from the Copper Belt today or tomorrow.
... that I had visited in the past and become attached to. Running on Zambian time; our driver was late to pick us up. I didn't mind thought because it meant we had time to relax and chat before we got collected. Firstly we went to Chilenje. Some of the kids were writing exams so a few of us went into the special needs classroom, Mrs P, Mike and Paul went to speak to the head and the others wandered around the school. The teachers of the special needs department: ...
... meaning it was no longer possible to fly directly between the two. Alternative flights on BA via Johannesburg were a staggering £1,100. Thankfully KLM had a much more reasonable route at £700. And so on New Year’s Day, accompanied by generous soul and larger-than-life Ireland supporter Tommy Feely, we embarked on the journey to Zambia. There was a stopover in Amsterdam first, with an overnight stay in the nearby Ibis, before flying on to Lusaka ...