Kafue Lodge

P.O.Box 56, Ndola, Zambia | Lodge
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This lodge is located on P.O.Box 56, Ndola.
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    Travel Blogs from Ndola

    From Mumbwa to the Pringles in Kitwe

    A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Apr 23, 2014

    ... about showing kindness to God’s creation. God created animals for our enjoyment and benefit and they should be treated humanely. The environment needs to be treated with respect and with a sense of "dressing and keeping."

    It is our last breakfast at the Madolitso Guest House. Our only TV channel in the dining room is Aljazeerah. A tag line is “When everyone is considered a terrorist, no one is a ...

    Farewells to the Congo Staff and Chingola

    A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Jan 12, 2013

    58 photos

    ... a very nice Zambian hotel called the Mukuba. Built in the late 1980s for an international conference being held, it has all the trappings of a 1960s luxury hotel. The place was really well kept and I enjoyed walking around the grounds among the Impala (small antelope). I climbed the hotel's water tower for a good panorama. Your safety is your own responsibility in all the fun places of the world.

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    Ndola...The Copperbelt Province of Zambia

    A travel blog entry by lanaturvey on Feb 29, 2012

    12 photos

    ... poor health care – if any (in some towns people have to walk more than 20kms to a clinic) – just trying to make ends meet and have a meal with their family each day.

    In the midst of all this, there is St Theresa’s Mission Hospital (STMH). It is also run by religious sisters – but this community are the Franciscan Missionary Sisters of Assisi. For those who’ve been paying attention, these are the ...

    The End of the Road

    A travel blog entry by laura1 on Nov 20, 2010

    21 photos

    ... re even better when mashed up with ground nuts. Ground nuts seem to be the same as peanuts to me though everyone here insists that they are different. Any kind of green is traditionally cooked by sautéing it with some chopped onion, tomato, and green pepper in vegetable oil. Beans are also cooked with sautéed onion, tomato, and green pepper. I definitely appreciate that meat is always cooked as a separate dish from the greens and beans, so I know that ...

    Faces

    A travel blog entry by terraleep on Oct 21, 2010

    4 comments, 16 photos

    ... blessing. She finds butterflies and moths just as creepy as I do, she’d be a giraffe if she was an animal (me too!), and she’s really good at wearing her heart on her sleeve. She’s spending 6 or 7 weeks here before heading to a bible college in California.

    Harrison Niyoni is the director (or co-director?) of Africa’s Child here in Zambia. He’s 100% Zambian and rebel in his own right. The latest thing ...