Monthly Archives: February 2016

Visit report Sunday 13 December 2015.

Managed an hour of sleep before an alarm call heralded a new day which was to be some pleasure and work. Chipata has the 4th oldest course in Africa and is where my love for game started when my parents … Continue reading

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Visit report. Saturday 12 December 2015.

Talk about a plague of frogs I’ve heard and seen nothing like it ¬†As I write this blog its 3 AM ¬†Sunday morning and the noise is indescribable. There are literally hundreds of tiny frogs that have appeared mysteriously in … Continue reading

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Visit report. Friday 11 December 2015

Omens were not good as we motored to the tribal area when, on briefing Stephen how visits were to be conducted that day, he screeched to a halt and sheepishly announced he had forgotten all the Christmas presents for the … Continue reading

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Visit report Thursday 10 December 2015

What a hot day today has been which has required litres of water to keep us all going. That said we visited the Chiefs kingdom with a government NGO man who has been involved with HATW and the skills centre … Continue reading

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Visit report Wednesday 9 December 2015

A really great start to the day having wrestled overnight with the stationing of the ton and a half of generator facing us this morning. Having failed to find any form of mechanical lift to cover the 50 yards to … Continue reading

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Visit report Tuesday 8 December 2015

A second day in paradise. As the sun rose at 5.30, I found an African robins nest with chicks in a palm tree having watched the parents rushing back and forth in a feeding frenzy – what a way to … Continue reading

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Monday 7th

What a great Monday. On the road early to meet a Mr Nkoma who had been sourced as the possible supplier of a generator for Zoe house. Not only was it a man I had met on a previous visit … Continue reading

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