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Linda Community School – Week Two

We learned so much this past week while volunteering at the school. We helped them with maths, science, social studies, English and of course more sport. We helped the kids write letters to students in Australian schools. We were also able to put the money that everyone donated back at...

permalink written by  craigandcorrine on November 18, 2011 from Linda, Zambia
from the travel blog: Cape to Kruger and a Waterfall



Volunteering at Linda Community School - Week 1

It has now been a full week of volunteering at Linda Community School. If we said we have loved every minute of it so far, that would be a big, fat. hot and sweaty lie! It has been pretty tough. Both physically and emotionally. The only thing that we would change would be the heat though. It...

permalink written by  craigandcorrine on November 11, 2011 from Linda, Zambia
from the travel blog: Cape to Kruger and a Waterfall



Pool with a view

We made our way from Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe to Livingstone in Zambia. What a crazy journey! It only took about 45minutes all up, including going through immigration in Zambia but it was a crazy 45 minutes and a little bit nerve wracking too. The trip took two different taxis. One to...

permalink written by  craigandcorrine on November 7, 2011 from Livingstone, Zambia
from the travel blog: Cape to Kruger and a Waterfall



Two years around the THE North Face JAKETS sales performance

I kept writing regularly, often read, read, additional blood gets was cured. The North Face SaleLots of things thanks to nike air jordan shoes my identity, or ugh to help you become understand, however would love you to be familiar with, I honestly have one among the honest here, it is my limit....

permalink written by  thenorthface on October 11, 2011 from China, Zambia
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Finally on the Tazara!

This morning we took an early morning coach to Kapiri Mposhi to catch the Tazara railway to Tanzania. Again the coach journey was fine, but getting hassled constantly is getting a little tiresome now! We boarded the train at 4pm into our 'first-class' cabin, made a prison-cell look like luxury!...

permalink written by  chrischarly on August 31, 2010 from Kapiri Mposhi, Zambia
from the travel blog: Chris and Charly's African Adventure



1st Coach journey

This morning we woke up ultra early to catch a 'business-class' coach to Lusaka. It was surprisingly not a bad journey apart from getting hassled as soon as we left the coach and I Split open my carrier-bag full of drinks. Checked into a nice place in the evening, though a little...

permalink written by  chrischarly on August 30, 2010 from Lusaka, Zambia
from the travel blog: Chris and Charly's African Adventure



Chillaxing

Last day at Chanter's today so a nice day enjoying the gorgeous sunshine before a great deal of travelling over the next few days...

permalink written by  chrischarly on August 29, 2010 from Livingstone, Zambia
from the travel blog: Chris and Charly's African Adventure



Nightime walk

Had a lovely day today, relaxing by the pool before taking a walk to a restaurant in town in the evening. Although we made it perfectly fine we were in fact a little scared with dodgy road surfaces the whole way only to be ignored once at the restaurant resulting with us taking a taxi in the end...

permalink written by  chrischarly on August 28, 2010 from Livingstone, Zambia
from the travel blog: Chris and Charly's African Adventure



Day 44

Today it's our 44th day of our travels so far and we just can't believe it! We had a nice day not doing much as the weather was blisteringly hot, but in the late afternoon talk a nice walk into town amazed at how built up Livingstone is.

permalink written by  chrischarly on August 27, 2010 from Livingstone, Zambia
from the travel blog: Chris and Charly's African Adventure



4 minutes left to check-in!

We decided to go against our gut instincts by leaving at 6 for the airport, by leaving at 7 as it wasn't far to the airport... BIG MISTAKE!! There was so much traffic leaving us arriving at Europcar and our panicked expressions meant the guy kindly driving us to the terminal himself so we got...

permalink written by  chrischarly on August 25, 2010 from Livingstone, Zambia
from the travel blog: Chris and Charly's African Adventure



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