Monthly Archives: June 2018

6 June 2018

Day 8 It’s very fitting that today is D Day and oh my gosh it has certainly felt like it. I’ve taken over from Suzie to describe the process of completing the simple task of purchasing a vehicle for cash … Continue reading

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5 June 2018

DAY 7 What happened? Well after yesterday’s fun and games we were bathed, fed and in bed by 8 pm and asleep not much later, not waking until about 6 this morning! (Virtual games maybe less tiring?) At breakfast I … Continue reading

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4 June 2018

DAY 6 It’s a long 500 mile, 7 hour journey from Chipata to Lusaka but the Roads Department has kindly added a driving game, ensuring you don’t nod off. The first hurdle are the aforementioned ‘frog ponds’ – some of … Continue reading

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3 June 2018

DAYS 4 & 5 Well it has to be said that after our 5 hours out in the bush yesterday the choice was to go into town and see if the ice cream machine was working, or go home and … Continue reading

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1 June 2018

DAY 3 Oh my! Stephen had warned us that the roads weren’t good and the fact that he was wearing his full-on neck brace, not the soft one, should have warned us! After avoiding the huge frog ponds (Stephen’s name … Continue reading

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31 May 2018

DAY 2  Praise the Lord with bells on!!! Here we are in the little house In Chipata having just finished our first bar-b-que and a further round of our anti-malarial course. Bar the heart stopping 10 mins when the pilot … Continue reading

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