Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Ibis Gardens

To end our 30 days of training, we went to Ibis Gardens, a resort just outside of Lusaka, for 3 days. We enjoyed some relaxing time and getting those long needed showers.

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The grounds at Ibis Gardens were beautiful, we enjoyed our time there

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Taylor was enjoying running in the grass after the guinea fowl

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Here’s a picture of most of the staff and participants who went through 40/40 with us

If you want to know how to pronounce some words in Chinanga (pronounced: Chin-yan-ja), one of the 72 languages in Zambia, here you go:

  • Mulibwanji (Moo-lee-bwan-gee) = How are you?
  • Ndilibwino (Ndee-lee-bween-oh) = I am fine
  • Zikomokwambili (Zee-ko-mokam-bee-lee) = Thank you very much
  • Mwauka Bwanji (Mwa-oo-ka-bwan-gee) = Good morning (you rose how?)
  • Nauka Bwino (Na-oo-ka-bween-oh) = I rose well
  • Mwachoma Bwanji (Mwa-ch-oh-ma-bwan-gee) = Good afternoon (You passed the day how?)
  • Nachoma Bwino (Na-ch-oh-ma-bween-oh) = I have passed the day well

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