Mfuwe Lodge - The Bushcamp Company
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... to work on. The lapa by our tent has very low hanging thatch and so if you sit at the table you cannot see out so it is not much use to us.
Robert made some palak paneer and we froze some for another meal. We are sharing the kitchen with the cook for a small tour company. When we walked in for the first time to meet him, he was baking bread and it smelled so ...
... just an overnight stay. The Bushfront was quiet and well kept and everything was clean and tidy.
The first 150 km of the road between Livingstone and Lusaka took us 4 hours to drive in 2008 because of the dreadful potholes, and now took us 1.5 hours thanks to a new road made by the Chinese. Unfortunately, Zambia, like many other African countries is selling its soul in the way of ...
... br> Coffee, tea, cereal and porridge are offered for breakfast. We eat along the riverbank while the sun rises. The toast and porridge are cooked on a camp fire by the staff. By 6AM the sun has risen and we head out for either a walking or driving safari, which will return between 10-10:30am.
Today we chose to do a walking safari. We have a ranger who leads the way and carries a gun he is followed by the guide from camp, then the guests, ...
... and as mentioned in the previous post, offer an open air en-suite bathroom which provides privacy from the back and sides but the side facing the river is open. It took some getting used to but once you realize the only thing that can see you is the hippos, there's no reason to be bashful.
The camp also features a very nice but simple common area which contains a lounge area, bar and communal dining table. There is also an area a bit closer to the river where you can sit ...
... the door you came in, and two over the wings. Let's go!") Both flights were smooth. Upon arrival at Mfuwe, we were met by the manager of Tena Tena, the camp we are staying at. It was about a 2 hour drive to the camp, which is located in South Luangwa National Park. Along the way he lets us know that bugalee is at 5:30AM (vacation!?!) at which point we rise and meet for breakfast by 6AM. We then depart for the morning game drive or game walk, and ...