Taj Pamodzi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the 6 weeks away and at time can get a bit wearing! Anyway, the houses foundations and main framework were already in place. The first day’s task was to lash willow type branches laterally, either side of the uprights, to create cavities which could later be filled with mud. This task took most of Day 1 after which the mudding commenced. The mud and sand was delivered to the site to be hand mixed with water collected manually from the local pump or river in ...
Oh what a night that was, it really felt as though we were right in the middle of the wilderness park with the amount of noises we heard, At one point I had to go to the bathroom but as it was late I was too afraid to call the watchman so I just went outside my tent. Later to find out there was a hippo no further than 15ft away. I think everyone was later woken up in the camp when a lepord came in and startled the ...
... time to prepare. We ordered our meal and an hour later they called saying it was ready.
The Internet is very erratic. My mobile phone is needing some "registration" so it doesn’t work even though I have a Zambian SIM card. Hope to get that sorted out. Having a local Malawi SIM card in Malawi really helped in my connections with everyone while there.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone in the Lusaka church on the Sabbath. ...
... Ditto Matthew who I shared the snake freak out experience .. I never thought I could top the Falls themselves which were amazing but I did really like standing with one leg in Zambia and one in Zimbabwe ! Jane After seeing the falls from eye level, some of us went down to the 'boiling pot', where baboons, snakes and falling rocks were supposed to be. This place was amazing, it was the bottom of the falls and was supposed to take 15 ...
... High student that came to Livingston with us 2 years ago. Matthew from Bardwell had brought some equipment with him that he thought he would be suitable for the kids. We used a parachute to play some games which they enjoyed greatly. The colours helped us to interact with the children who couldn't hear. Then it was off to Libala Basic. When we arrived we had a short tour of the school as exams were going on. After that Emily came up with the idea of stuck in ...