On the way to the Sambian border control.
He's transporting goods from Zimbabwe to Sambia.
aswell these guys.
Perfect new paved road. Just the wind is ahead me.
The locals produce coal and sell them in big bags. Sometimes they carry them aswell with bikes.
Of course the gras has to be cutted down next to the road. Its a manual job here, done by a few people.
Tracor of 19?? or 18??
A night in a schoolroom.
The next morning. Luckily I was already up.
Selling handmade chairs and the last thing is a chicken in a cage.
Soon his going to get his own cows.
Of course every body gets a seat. Don't lose your balance!
On of my favourite bicycle brands :-)
I met a French family on the road. France - Afrique - India - East Asia. The lucky kids get teached on the road :-) Hey all the best and safe travels!!!
Beer delivery service. Jep they're thursty…
Its always something going on in the small towns.
Still fresh after 4 days in the bush ;-)
Termitehomes formed by wind as a magician hat.
The traditional Nshima meal.
On the road to Lusaka.
The african way to say: My car broke down, please take the other lane until you passed it.
Fried caterpillers. They pick them up from the trees in the rainy season.
Of course I tried one. I can't describe the taste. Get out in your garden and grab one ;-)
Dry fresh meet in the sun. It was windy, so maybe some sandcorns are included.
Take a deep breeth and cycle trough the bushfire.
Coal transportation. Each carry 70 kilogramms.
I defenetly prefer the red food.
A market for chicken homes.
This giraffe meets me at a campground entrance.
He was aswell interested what Im doing ;-)
Its so good to have a meal with friends.
Backyard zebras. They take care on the length of the gras.