Kozo Lodge Choma

Address: Choma Main Road, Choma, Zambia | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Choma Main Road, Choma.
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Travel Blogs from Choma

Long days of traveling

A travel blog entry by natleith on Jul 15, 2014

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The last two days have just been massive days of traveling, We left yesterday with our last day in Livingstone and were on our way to Lusaka, leaving at 7 am so up at 5 it was a really long day of 8hrs of driving. We arrived at Lusaka which is the capital of Zambia, although there is not a lot going on in the city itself we arrived at our camp site that had zebras, monkeys and buffalos just roaming around, there was also a very cute little dog called sausage. It was a ...

Community

A travel blog entry by zambezizinger on Apr 25, 2014

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When you travel out of the Western nations, the first thing you notice is the sense of community in wherever you are. People who barely know each other will team up to solve a common problem if they are in the vicinity. This includes anything from traffic problems to helping someone in need. There are nearly no homeless people (unless they so choose to be homeless), because a person always has a place to stay. "Cousin Jim's ...

Back Home

A travel blog entry by zambezizinger on Jan 12, 2014

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I went to the States for a quick holiday, thinking I was going back home, but I realized on the plane from DC to Zambia that I was going back home that time, too.

A couple of months ago, Peace Corps and I started changing my site location to a family that I have known my entire service, and have created a loving relationship with. It is here I created my home away from home. When I got back to Zambia at the beginning of the new year, I finally moved into this ...

Things in the Night

A travel blog entry by zambezizinger on Oct 15, 2013

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Government shut down: Peace Corps Volunteers are not affected by the shut down. However, 90% of the State side staff have been furloughed.


The camel spiders are back. They disappear--hopefully to shrivel up and turn into the sand which they resemble and become fewer in numbers--after rainy season ends in March-ish. They are not venomous, they rarely bite, but they are terrors. I haven't met one volunteer ...

Development?

A travel blog entry by zambezizinger on Sep 27, 2013

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Written June 10th

Currently, I'm reading King Leopold's Ghost, and I'm to the descriptions of the atrocities inflicted on the Congolese. I want to vomit. Truly, my stomach feels quakey, and I don't think that's the lepu salad I had for lunch. It's the hippo-hyde whip used lethally. The amputations to force that person's family member to comply to the British and Dutch will. The cut off hands bring me directly back to Rwanda and The Democratic Republic of ...