IST and Travels in Central Province

In late August 2013, I had spent all but five of the previous 100 days in Mfuba Village. Staying in the village is the whole point of Community Entry.

Suddenly, though, I was traveling down to Lusaka for our 10-day Interim Service Training. Reconnecting with all my PCV friends whom I hadn’t seen in over three months. Eating delicious ethnic food. Slack-lining and playing American music. It was quite the adjustment.

Then came a gradual return to life in rural Zambia, visiting first my friend Samwell’s village, north of Mkushi, and then Kate’s village, north of Serenje. It was at Kate’s that I got my first real feeling of being on vacation: visiting beautiful Lake Lusiwasi, and Kundalila Falls – possibly the most beautiful natural sight I’d yet seen in Zambia.

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