street market“Are” [thump] ”ye” [thump] ”up?” [thump], Brother JJ physically and verbally articulated as my door nearly buckled. The early wake up call is due to me hitching a lift from Brother JJ to Lusaka Airport as today is my last day in Zambia. Justin and Claire will remain here for the next month with 8 other volunteers arriving this weekend. They will travel the length and breadth of Zambia providing IT literacy training to teachers in Camara Computer labs. I hope that they will fit in and interact safely and respectfully with the other 35 Ethnic groups in this wonderful country which i would describe from my weeks stay as cheap, exclusive, conservative, mysterious and rehabilitated but not for long.

I wish you all the very best of luck. Take it handy.