Taj Pamodzi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After a quick dinner last night - we took a chance and ordered a pizza at a local shopping center and brought it back to the hotel room to eat - we repacked our bags for the trip back to Jo-burg. The packing went fine and we settled in for the evening.
We had made plans with the Banda's for this morning. After overseeing the packing of the campground and storage of church materials, the last bus was supposed to depart with members no later than 10:00 ...
... miscellaneous items. As mentioned in a earlier post, the members of the Akron-Canton congregation donated funds to purchase ice cream for the Zambians since many have not had it before. We ask Rongona (the Banda's 15-year-old son) to accompany us as we do not know the location of the stores where the various supplies might be found. He obliges and off we go.
The nicest grocery in the area is the Shoprite. It is back in the area near our hotel. It rivals any ...
... next plane to Lusaka.This would prove to be a mistake. Pam had decided not to have any. We had been warned that eating daily products in the third world could be risky, but I assumed that since we were in South Africa, all would be fine. I was wrong. In fairly short order, my stomach began to let me know that all was not well! Thankfully we had packed remedies for just such challenges, and the consequences were not long-term.
We boarded the plane and headed off ...
... love! Anyway today was wonderful! The church reminded me of Hillsong (in how it looked, it was BEAUTIFUL!) and the music was wonderful. The sermon was all about God's healing which was cool and fit into the mission of CURE well! When I got home from church the Internet wasn't working, and I had remembered one of the ...
... there are people in Canada who do this as well, but I have not heard of it before. Hospital admissions for hypertension are rising, and there is room for increasing health awareness, however this is also set in the context of food insecurity (salt is cheap) and the addition of salt in many traditional foods. This evening was great spending more times with colleagues, bonding over humerus youtube videos. It is a great group of people that I feel so fortunate to be on this adventure ...