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... kilometres and we were meant to travel 30 kilometres in 5 hours. At least we had not given up and some people had had more difficulty than us. The guide kept shouting at them to stay together and paddle faster. We had stayed at the front with him the whole time of which I was very proud.
So we all sat crammed together on the deck of the boat on our camping chairs (all camping gear, food etc was aboard as we were going to wild camp that night) and enjoyed watching the ...
... gin and tonic I had.
We had a good night. John is distributing a more efficient stove. Instead of using charcoal it uses wood. There is less air pollution. It's a game changer for families but it's really hard to change habits. Also even though the stores are relatively cheap (80 and 250 kw) many of the families cannot afford the up front costs. So John ends up in the financing business which is extremely difficult for ...
... unseen mosquitos since we are not under our net. (so out come the various essential oils that repel mosquito – so the room, even in the dark, is well scented and hopefully sends any mosquitoes scurrying away.)
We had to repack everything since we were taking a small plane from Lusaka to Ndola the first year at this added feast site. They had strict weight requirements per passenger.
We will leave one suitcase with Wilson Nkoma to ...
... test of their stamina and resolve, especially in the intense midday heat from 10.00-3.00pm. The Cheeses were forced to once again make themselves unpopular by insisting that floppy hats and long sleeved shirts were worn in the heat of the day, a rule which many students, in the impression that they were now in total charge of their own expedition, believed they now had the option to ignore! Anyway all part of the development process which is going on all the ...
There seems to be more traffic in the Copper Belt. Lots of trucks and cars. Zambia has one of the fastest growing economies in Africa…primarily from Copper. You can see it in the activity. But, the average person is not benefitting that much.
We came to their home. They now have “game park” on their property with bush buck and other wildlife that they brought in and fenced. They are ...
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