Monthly Archives: July 2012

Day 22

We flew home today having risen early and dropped the pick up truck off at the airport. We saw the sunrise over Lusaka on the way. Flying back across Africa in daylight we got a real feel for the immensity … Continue reading

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Day 21

We had spent quite a lot of time following up leads and making phone calls to track down the Vineyard Church in Zambia. Having made contact with the Pastor, Jairus, at the Kafue Vineyard, we drove down there and met … Continue reading

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Day 20

We met with Col. Panji  Kaunda at his office in the Ministry of Transport, Works, Supply and Communication. We fed back on progress with our visit so far and the different projects that we had seen supporting orphans and children. … Continue reading

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Day 19

It’s a cold winters day here in Lusaka – 27 degrees and burning hot. We went back to the British High Commission and met with the Deputy High Commissioner David Pearce and Dax Patel. It is important that the High … Continue reading

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Day 18

Went to the 10:00 service at the Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Lusaka. They have an earlier more formal service which you would recognise from any English church then the 10:00 service is a bit less formal. There … Continue reading

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Day 17

France is celebrating Bastille Day and we know there was a bun fight at the French ambassador’s residence, to which we weren’t invited. John honoured his invitation and it was a thoroughly interesting trip down memory lane playing at the … Continue reading

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Friday – Day 16

We are back in Lusaka and the capital is appreciably more developed and built up than in the rural and provincial areas. Chris is monitoring the flood warnings for England. And it seems you are all having a wet summer … Continue reading

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Some Pictures

On Safari John’s house                       (I’m going to be travelling myself next week. At the moment I don’t know what my internet access will be like so advance apologies if … Continue reading

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Day 15 – back to Lusaka

Rose early for the drive back to Lusaka. 600km which we did in a single run of 7 hours swapping drivers as we went. There are no service stations, so when you need to pee you just stop and do so … Continue reading

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Day 14

Rose again at 5:15 for a game drive. Saw a pride of lions, one male and three females. It’s like Windsor Safari Park except there are no doors to close or windows to wind up. If they wanted to eat … Continue reading

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