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Fondest memory: With a population of 3,5 mill. people, Lusaka is considered to be one of the fastest growing cities in Africa. It's a city with both gravel roads and bitumen roads, dilapidated houses with flat corrugated roof and modern concrete buildings. The pavements are in use for street sellers.
Updated Nov 12, 2009
Favorite thing: This town is really confusing... The 2nd city in the world where I've managed to get lost (the 1st was New York). Go&visit the university!!!
Fondest memory: I found really great friends in Lusaka&in Zambia in general, they treated me like a member of their family.
And the food...
Written Aug 24, 2002
Fondest memory: Lusaka is the capital and the largest city in Zambia. The population is 3,5 mill. people. But it is a city of low buildings. The exception is some few buildings around Cairo road in downtown.
Updated Nov 11, 2009
Fondest memory: Most of the banks and many money change offices can be found along Cairo Road. The exchange rate was slightly lower than the rate in Livingstone. 1 USD was 4700 Kwacha (August 2009).
Written Nov 11, 2009
3 Reviews and 95 Opinions The fact that Lusaka had a Holiday Inn came as a surprise to me. I was so surprised that, though I...
4 Reviews and 112 Opinions An oasis. Service bar none. Breakfast and evening meal more than satisfactorilly quenches the...