DAY 21-25 Thursday-Sunday 18.2.-21.2.2010 Livingstone, Zambia
We decided to spend time in Livinston Backpackers till Monday morning, because that is the
day when we are flying to Cape Town. It has been raining almoust everyday & all the time and
the internet is still not working in our hostel, but we are still smiling:) We have managed
to save some money in these days because we have made our own food in our hostels stove and
it really has been delicious!
Thurdays menu: lunch/dinner, pasta with spicy tomato onion chicken tights
Fridays menu: brunch, home made beef hamburgers
Saturdays menu: dinner, noodles with jumbo frank sausage, baby corn and beans
Sundays menu: tomato cheddar ham pasta with red pepper and onion
+ of course every morning (except friday) a healthy breakfast: bread with something fresh
(salad, tomato or cucumber), ham, butter and a milky fruit drinks.(Boys tried also a local
milky drink called Maheu, drink made of corn, and.. it really was bad! We recommed that
drink only for hang over mornings!)
+ almoust every day a yummy ice cream for dessert
+ some snacks during the day, a lot of our favourite stawberry candy, fizzer!
Heikki and Kari started a pool battle which is ment to last for all trip long. There is
really good pool culture in Africa. Even in those non-water-elctricity villages has always
pool tables. Hope that same will continue in Asia. Give us suggestions about penalty to
total-massive-sucker-complitely-embarased-loser! At the moment penalty is that loser must go
to swim to some lake in Finland when we come back. It's becouse water temperature is not so
much then. But maybe some other penalty might be better? Tell us!
Our hostel, livingstone Backpackers is - of course and again - very nice place! There is
also swimming pool, pool table etc. So not bad. Tomorrow we'll fly to Cape Town, South