The River Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
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... down and I thought it was all good, but we got hit by a bigger wave. I almost hung on but it didn't last. The girl in the middle went next while our guide hung on for dear life until we were all out. He eventually got tossed, but the raft just stayed in place getting pummeled by waves for at least 30 to 60 seconds straight. After getting battered around for a while, I made my way to some rocks on the side, so that I had something to hang on to. Another raft was coming by, but ...
... were not working. I had to dip into my emergency US cash and change it over to Kwacha. And the the taxi guy gave me a price in USD. I thought I was going explode! JUST PICK ONE CURRENCY! This is truly a one road town, with anything worth doing outside of it, and overpriced. I did however meet a couple of Canadians here at Fawlty Towers, so that will help. But the guy's a Canucks fan who's not too enamoured with the ...
... if school was taking place in someone's garage at home they would be in better conditions than the children are here. We have kids sharpening their pencils with a razor blade. Four year olds using a razor blade. It is really insane, so we are hoping that Banvel will be granted that money. We would like to help to buy them an additional chalkboard, some learning books, hopefully a few tables to be used as desks, (at the moment some children sit on the floor and balance their paper ...
... s a feeling when you see a classroom and kids and the learning ‘space’. All those kids, in that little space, all smiling. Pencil and rubber on little desks that three of them share. I had to fight to keep it together. Steve was a great sport, sitting at the back of the classroom pretending to be a grade one’er. Four kids hanging on him like a new toy. I had taken a hundred sheets of paper and all the crayons and colours I had as well as ...
... the chap was being unnecessarily condescending to the Zambian waiter, which was probably worse than being outright rude - maybe.
Anyway, we had to run, even if we had eaten some of their lunch. Thanked the waiter profusely, left a nice tip, and rushed to the front porch for our pick up - who was already there and looking for us! The past 2 pick-ups had both been late - this one, which needed to be late, was early.
We had one more pick up from the Avani, the ...