Taj Pamodzi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... keeps the debris off the road though. When we got to the Zimbabwe border we turned off the highway and continued on a rough dirt road and discovered the reason we needed a big truck thing. It was rough, and at one point we drove through a couple of feet of water wirh a long stretch of deep mud on either side. Not to worry. If we got stuck we could call the camp to come to our rescue. Too bad we don't have a ...
... The young head teacher was very smart in suit and tie. There are 2 classrooms for 198 pupils who attend in 2 shifts, morning or afternoon/evening. The only materials appeared to be books on 3 small bookshelves donated by a US charity. The floor of the main classroom had huge holes in it. Approximately 20% of the pupils are considered to be "vulnerable" as either one or both parents have died, usually of HIV/AIDS. Everyone was welcoming and cheerful but the problems they have to ...
... mortar (by hand), moving concrete blocks (by hand) and laying bricks (by hand). We started with only corners built and ended with almost six rows. Not a bad result. We are anticipating being able to actually finish both houses by the end of the week. Roofs included!
Since we are literally in the middle of a local community there are children everywhere. Even children of school age who are supposed to be in school were hanging around. Many wanted to talk, hold hands, touch my arm hair ...
... any bites, the citronella lemon oil soap we bought must be working.
Suggestion...always bring tape. No way to bring dozens of the various worlds electrical plugs. Find some mosquito soap...it seemed to work for us.
The members used the few rooms in the lodge at the site and others camped out in the facility. We had some lunches with members in the dining room on the site, mostly local cuisine, nshimi and rice with chicken and some ...
... weren't greeted by the Golden Arches, but we were greeted by the red sign of KFC! We spent two hours at the mall enjoying the best KFC ever, shopping for the house boat trip, and hunting for a Zambian postcard - no luck again! Just 5 minutes down the road was our campsite. To finish our memorable journey with Patrick on his last big drive he went over a speed bump at full speed (by accident) and we were all catapulted off our ...