Cheese Tasting at a Cheese Factory

Although I am lactose intolerant and don’t eat much of the stuff I know that cheese is incredibly popular around the world with so many famous regions that are known for producing it, and can be made from cow, buffalo, goat, sheep, soy and even yaks milk. Cheese tasting is an international hobby where people…

A Friendly Meetup at The Urban

Lusaka seems to have a lot of hotels and new spots popping up lately it’s a bit hard to keep track and the question is can they live up to the hype. Had a wander around The Urban when it first opened and have been afterwards a handful of times already as everyone keeps holding…

An Agronomy Lesson at AGCO Future Farm

Initially, I wasn’t too eager about going to a farm as I wasn’t sure how the day would pan out purely because I didn’t know what to expect, but I stayed open-minded about it.‌ ‌By‌ ‌the‌ ‌ ‌afternoon having experienced the AGCO Future Farm I left there feeling very informed and thoroughly enjoyed being there….

Keeping it Traditional at Mpoto Yathu

To celebrate Africa Day decided to show you a Zambian feast. If you’re in the mood to indulge in traditional Zambian food or if you’re looking for a different place to lunch then, Mpoto Yathu translated to “Our Pot” is your go-to spot. Arrived just before 12 pm as I was advised that it was…

Pleasant Pub Lunch at The Brewery

Last time I was at Ciela Resort it was a cold day but today felt more like a summer’s day perfect for a pub lunch. The Brewery is located on the hotel grounds and has been open for over a year and then some, waited for the hype to die down before I ventured forth….

A Moroccan Lunch at Dar Lalla

After taking a wrong turn, came across this place which actually turned out to be very convenient because I was famished and have been wanting some Moroccan food for a very long time and finally got it. Located in the Lilayi area of Lusaka away front the hustle and bustle of the city, this restaurant…

Midweek Garden Salad Vibes

This summer has been a roasting hot one for most of us in the southern hemisphere and the vegetable garden is thriving. Having hot food does not always work in hot weather so we opt for something simple and light like a colourful and healthy garden salad on the side as we barbeque. Ingredients 1…

Ducks, Iced Tea & Photography Club

Our last physical camera club meeting took place months ago, apart from our monthly zoom meetings. Now that social gatherings of more than a certain number of people are allowed, we are rotating the meetings in different neighbourhoods in Lusaka so as not to always be in one location at a time, giving people a…

Swift Tea Break at Ciêla Resort and Spa 

It was a strangely gloomy drizzly summers morning but went to briefly see some folks playing in the charity golf tournament at Bonanza. Although the hotel has been open for a while now, have not set foot this side of town in ages and the last time I ventured there, the only thing there was…

Why Do We Vote?

Compassion is the foundation for a better world, not violence. With everything going on in the world, as nations begin to slowly rebuild and rethink their future, Zambians went to the polls August 12 to decide the future of their lives. This year’s election was unlike any other and more significant because change is required…