Southern Sun Ridgeway
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... had nasty stomach cramps and some other issues. I thought I could ride through them. 40km in I decided I needed my head checked and stomach removed. I had to stop to be sick a few times, but finally made it to the lunch truck. I grabbed a stool and headed to a bush in the back and proceeded to chill out there until I stopped being sick. Stevie came with bisquits and oranges, a few riders came ...
... down the hill screaming in tandem until we reached the safety of the camp at the bottom.
We packed up and left Senga Bay. If we had known what sort of day it would prove to be we might all have voted to stay in bed! We crossed the border back into Zambia in reasonable time and reached Chibata to shop. Everything fell apart when Shandle did not give clear instructions when he jumped out of the bus and went off. Some people went shopping, others stayed ...
... do much. They joked around a lot. They sat around. The other build site was way ahead partly because of this. On Tuesday the foreman fired the dakka-boys. Today the role was filled with a dakka-man. I made the mortar, handed it out and ensured the scaffolds had enough bricks. We were much more efficient today with this system. And I wasn't that tired.We shall see how I feel tomorrow of course.
... traffic lights. The city is also littered with billboards, most of them seemingly written in MS Word fonts. These include: - The purely descriptive - "This could be your roof!" (Yes. Yes it could) - The slightly cryptic - "A roof without Thompson's tiles is like a baby without a nappy" (Umm... Okay, yes, I guess so. Also, what is with the roofing obsession?) - The downright odd - "Save your soul from Satanic oppression!!" (Sure- if I must) We stop at an ...
... it was born huge or grows extremely quickly... Hmm one to think about. When we got back onto the bus we were each given a packet of Doritos. Something I love here is the fact you get what you're given and you accept it a lot of the time. You are not asked what you want. You are happy with what you have and feel fortunate for what you get. After an amazing start to the day at the Chrismar and then the safari park we went to get lunch! I was hungry! Hungry lion it ...