went to the Chikumbuso Women and Orphans project this morning
The women in charge couldn't see me since she was sick but spoke to Emma. She promised me to contact me and maybe I could go and help out for some time. Would be nice to see a different kind of project for a change ; )
Also this morning I saw the bikes we will be riding. Kind of intimidating when I think of what I got myself into it. I sure hope I can handle it. Still tihink it is a great project but not sure anymore I can really handle it. Well I guess only one way to find out ;)
Sam and Chem my drivers took me to a place where loads of people go and eat over lunch. As a Swiss it was a bit of a challenge since it isn't the cleanest area but the food looked so good I just couldn't resist and even though the enviroment isn't the cleanest I must say the way they handle the food is more than correct ;) I wish Swiss people would touch my food less with their hands LOL. By the way although the chicken wasn't too impressive I loved the way they did the vegis and the Nshima (similar to fufu http://people.bridgewater.edu/~mtembo/menu/nshima/nshima.shtml )
They kept on telliing me that it is a place for "coloureds" all the restaurants are owned by them allthough I have mainly seen blacks working and eating there.
I think they wanted to do me a favour and conecting me with "my" people since in Zambia I am a "coloured" to be honest I am not sure it is a posivite discription for "my" race.......