Digital Freedom Fighters

When we think of the term freedom fighter in Zambian history a name that comes to mind is the founding father of Zambia Dr. Kenneth Kaunda who recently passed away at 97 years old. Say what you will about him but his approach to activism, pan africanism, mediation work of uniting countries in Southern Africa,…

Best 5: Accessible Waterfalls in Zambia

Zambia is a country filled with a variety of sights, from the mighty Victoria Falls to the multiple National Parks where you can see waterfalls and wildlife that give you a memorable experience. Along with their aesthetic beauty, these waterfalls also provide a beautiful backdrop as they cascade down cliffs or tumble over rocks into…

Winter Soup Made with Garden Cherry Tomatoes

Ever since I started cultivating a home garden, tomatoes have become my favorite summertime treat as they’re just so sweet, juicy and delicious. But when winter comes around, I’m sad to say goodbye to my tomatoes. So this dish is the perfect alternative for those of you who are in the same boat as me….

Beauty: 5 Fragrances On My Display Counter

There are thousands of perfume brands out there some fads, timely, favourites, some not so much. Everyone likes what they like and make it their signature I tend to shy away from scents that give me a sneeze or a headache at first sniff. Most of the fragrances currently on my display counter have a…

Travel: A Brief Pit Stop at Gwabi River Lodge

Had such a marvellous time away in Lower Zambezi, we were well taken care of, sad to say goodbye to the river views, the sunbathing monitor lizard near our chalet and noisy hippos that always woke us up early in the morning. Decided to change the route and use the normal windy road through Chirundu…

Gone Fishing to Lower Zambezi

The rainy season is now over which means most of the remote lodges and resorts are officially open and back in business. One of the best places for fishing is Lower Zambezi because it is quiet, not much phone signal, secluded and the views are awesome. Stayed at Mvuu (pronounced Mmmmmvvvuuuu) Lodge which is located…

On the Road: Zambezi Escarpment Views

Some months ago before the rain had subdued, we went for a drive and ended up past the end of Leopards Hill Road all the way to Chongwe. We were curious and turned right at the junction onto the Chirundu Road to see what was there and how much further we could drive, only to…

Dinner with Friends at Prime Joint

Met up with some friends during the week and finally made it to highly rated as well as recommended Prime Joint. It was considerably busier than I thought it would be for a weekday, was getting a bit of anxiety being around so many people because it has been a while. Luckily a table was…

Chia Seed, Fruit and Spinach Breakfast Smoothie

Everyone has a favourite go-to smoothie recipe that they always make my preference is to have it as a breakfast option on a summer morning when it is too hot. I do enjoy a good tasting smoothie of fruit and spinach or kale mixture because it provides protein, iron, vitamins, and minerals. One thing that’s…

On the Hunt for Sulphate Free Products

Since the pandemic hit it has been difficult to find certain products because borders are closed which has really put a dent in the supply chain, but it is what is right now. Had to venture beyond my usual go to places because they are out of stock when it comes to sulphate free products,…