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A year ago (January 2017), I visited Addis Ababa, Ethiopia with my friends GI and Linda. We spent our days hiking in Zebu where the views from the small orthodox church are amazing, wandering the streets of Pass (The Italian district) and our nights watching traditional dancers and indulging in coffee and popcorn from the coffee ceremony our former helper Hannah performed.
Yesterday marked the 16th anniversary of September 11 and a few weeks ago, I visited the 9/11 Memorial Museum in Manhattan, New York. Honestly, it’s very hard to put into words how I felt throughout the two-hour experience except saying that seeing the names of the people that died and seeing their images and hearing/seeing testimonies from their loved ones made it more REAL.
I subsequently had a conversation with someone about visiting the museum, and they mentioned how if they had perished during the crash, they would not have wanted to be buried there because it’s now essentially a stop on tourist’s ‘Things To Do In New York’. Personally, I think that these sites etch themselves indelibly on the collective history of a nation.
Here are 3 types of memorials I think you should visit to get an insight into specific moments in a countries' history. The 9/11 Memorial Museum is unique because it is located within and surrounded by remnants of the original World Trade Center site.
The museum is open daily from 9am to 6.30pm with the last entrance at 6pm from Sunday to Thursday and 7pm on Friday and Saturday. In 1991, while constructing a government building, the remains of more than 419 free and enslaved Africans were found.
Named ‘The African Burial Ground’, the site is New York’s earliest known cemetery from the 16th and 17th century. Construction was halted after the discovery of the remains and after being tested by Howard University specialists and then re-buried in coffins from Ghana in 2007 ceremony that was attended by the poet Maya Angelou.
This burial ground is important because often times, Africans are whitewashed from the history of the founding of New York. The first ones were brought by the Dutch West India Company in 1626 and by 1703, 42 percent of households in New York had slaves. The memorial is located at the Ted Weiss Federal Building on 290 Broadway with the visitor center on the first floor.
The Visitor center documents the process of the discovery, excavation and reburial of the bones. Items of note include a depiction of a Afro-American funeral featuring life-size human models and a coffin.
The memorial itself is outside the building with a small fountain and a circular arrangement of graves with various Sankara symbols and the estimated age at which the person died. Constructed between 1482 and 1486 by the Portuguese, it was meant to be a safe harbor for slave trade vessels.
“The castle later developed as a point on the infamous slave triangle transporting human cargo to America and the Caribbean”. Slaves were kept under horrible conditions with many of them dying before even making it to the ‘Door Of No Return’ (the infamous portal through which slaves boarded the ships that would take them on the treacherous journey across the Atlantic known as the Middle Passage).
The tour guide took us down to the lower level where slaves were kept before market day without toilets, little air and food. There was also a whipping tree which was used to test the strength of slaves which is now part of the altar of the church.
On the outside made of stone are life-size statues of slaves with chains around their necks. The Old Slave Market is located in Stone Town Zanzibar on Kundalini Road and is open from 8am to 5pm.
After the last emperor of Ethiopia Faille Bellies was ousted by communist dictator Dentist Hail Mariam, his ‘Berg’ army began a massacre of Ethiopians from all walks of life. Between 1977 and 1978, what was called the ‘Red Terror’ period led to the deaths of an estimated half a million Ethiopians.
The Red Terror Martyrs’ Memorial Museum “documents this history and continues to research, collect and present information on this heartbreaking page of Ethiopian and world history”. The museum is important because by educating citizens and visitors about the incident, it is an effort” to ensure that atrocities like the “Red Terror” will “Never, Ever Again” be repeated”.
Box 1643 Code 1000 Merkel Square, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The schedules and fees are as follows: Intercontinental Hotel GYM salsa, bachata, cha-cha etc MONDAY 7PM FRIDAY 6.30PM.
The Susanna plains in the Value National Park offers a scenic view. ” Due to its remote location and untouched scenery, a hot air balloon safari in this wildlife-rich area offers an unmatched experience, and a unique bird’s-eye view of the Plains.
Hot air ballooning is seasonal, so if you’re keen, save the dates 1st August to October 31st. Lusaka Meditation in Kaunda offers free consultations every day and private introductory classes.
3515c, Great East Road, Rhodes Park, opposite the Government flats. Amp up your cooking skills for your next dinner party (or to make a romantic meal for your significant other by taking a couples cooking class at Mange Tout, a culinary facility in Babylonia.
You can visit their site to inquire about costs or check their Facebook page. Lily Lodge has an elephant orphanage run by Game Rangers International (GRI) on its grounds.
You can view a feeding of the elephants for free (suggested donation also accepted) on weekdays from 11am to 1pm. Book a night or two at Lily lodge and be eligible to work with the elephant keepers by helping make their food.
If you’re a dog or cat lover, consider spending a few hours volunteering at the Lusaka Animal Welfare Society on Sadhu road behind Levy Mall. Head outside instead for Zambezi Speak say s open air movies that happen on select Wednesday evenings.
Monkey Pools is a gorgeous feature located in MukaMunya housing estates on Senna Drive off Leopards Hill Road. Sporting Guns on Leopards Hill Road offers shooting lessons for novices, intermediate and advanced.
Lessons start with a meeting with an instructor where tea, coffee and drinks are provided. The session will start with an intro to safe gun handling, eye dominance, gun fit and stance. Rates are as follows for Clay Pigeon shooting ;Instruction including 25 rounds ammunition, gun hire, clays K250 (non-members) and non-members pay K50 entrance fee + 1 hour instruction (BY APPOINTMENT) K200.
It can be played 1 a side, but it’s better as a team sport, so make it a group date with your other coupled up friends and head to Paintball Main located on Malawi Road off Leopards Hill Road. For K100 per person, you get 100 bullets, full safety gear and unlimited gas. The group day packages include a lunch for an extra K65 per person.
If you can identify Orion belt and the north star, head to the University of Zambia’s Physics Department at the School of Natural Science’s. Grab your bicycles and head to the Lusaka South Economic Zone located off Leopards Hill Road for a leisurely ride.
The observation deck at the Lusaka National Park is great for picnics. Entrance fee is K30 per person and guests are allowed to bring in their own food and beverages, including a brain stand.
Enjoy a cruise on the boat for K100 per person and admission to the river cliff is K15. Entrance fees vary from free to K50, so check the Facebook page for full details.
Le Triumph Dolphin is the place to be for a fun filled karaoke evening. The original Dolphin is in North mead on Panel Road, while the newer one is in Kaunda.
Marimba Reptile Farm has been one of those places you go as part of a school trip once. You’ll see Snakes and crocodiles here and the K40 per person entrance fee includes viewing of the reptiles, swimming, golf, volleyball and fishing in the angling pools.
The theme of the first month of the I am A Zed Blogger Challenge for January was about what makes you feel alive and well. Here are images from my recent trip to Mauritius, which I was able to afford by saving with the help of Barclays Africa.
This began with me identifying a goal that I would be saving towards and sharing my struggles and successes. I chose a vacation in December in Mauritius mainly because my little sister currently lives there and spending time on an idyllic island is the perfect way to end the year.
A vacation to Mauritius can be expensive, and I’m travelling during peak tourist season, so I still have to make sure that I stick to a strict budget while I’m there. There are obviously touristy things to do, but that costs more money, so I’m trying to incorporate ‘off the beaten path’ activities into my plans.
I’ll be staying at Grand Base, which is 45 minutes’ drive from capital city Port Louis. I’ve been to some fascinating markets in Addis Ababa (Mercado) and Stone town, Zanzibar, so the Grand Base Bazaar is definitely on my list.
Reviewers on TripAdvisor say a trip to the bazaar is incomplete without visiting the man who does burn engravings on wood and leather. According to Lonely Planet, “This 250-hectare tea factory and museum is located about 12 km north of Riviera DES Antilles amid an endless acreage of cane.
Visitors can take an hour-long tour of the tea-processing facility, which ends with a stop at a small exhibition space annotating the island’s tea history through machines and photos. It’s advisable to plan your trip during the morning as most of the action takes place before noon”.
The photography museum is located in Port Louis and was founded by Tristan Seville in 1966. Although it’s unlikely that we will make it to the North of the island, if we did, The Château de Labourdonnais would definitely be on my list.
It’s a colonial house that has been restored to show how wealthy families lived there in the nineteenth century. • Stock up on a huge breakfast, skip lunch and have dinner at outdoor markets or an inexpensive restaurant.
This article is the fifth in a series of sponsored posts for the Barclays Savings Challenge. You can follow the discussion on Twitter and Facebook and share your own experience by using the hashtag #Fricatives.
I’ve had a few challenges along the way (which you can read about in previous posts), but changing my habits is what’s made my goals easier to reach. I try to add my expenses or income the minute I spend or save, and then once a week, I go over my receipts again just in case I missed something.
Working at the events I wanted to attend : As mentioned before, it’s summer, and I am a social butterfly. I will be saving again by staying at my sister’s apartment, so I’ll have extra money to enjoy ourselves.
I plan to continue my savings journey because I believe being financially responsible is something everyone should learn in their 20s. I’m starting a lifestyle site and hope to get my greeting card line off the ground and two food-related ventures within the next year.
This past month, I’ve learned about the good old ‘emergency fund’. My mum has always talked about saving money for ‘a rainy day’, but when I was in college, I wasn’t about that life.
As a freelancer, you aren’t always a top priority on people’s payroll lists, so you don’t always get paid on time. It’s literally up to you to follow up, which is why it’s super important to get into the habit of stashing extra cash for unexpected events.
Load shedding is the new normal here, but there is a schedule, and it’s meant to last only 8 hours a day. Eating out was one of the things I have been trying to cut down on since I began this savings challenge, but in this case, it was an emergency.
August is always a welcome month for me because the days finally get warmer, and it means summer is around the corner. The month starts with a four-day holiday due to the Lusaka Agricultural and Commercial show and there are festivals and many more events.
Attending events is important as an afrosocialite, but here are a few ways I’m saving money this month. After reading up on a few free apps online, I chose Spending Tracker that I downloaded from the PlayS tore on my phone.
It’s a pretty simple app that is broken into areas like Spending, Transactions, Categories and Accounts. Under categories, you can choose anything from clothes, food, gas which are already listed, or add your own like I did for pets.
Reduced Going Out This is proving to be the hardest part as I do love to be out and about (especially with load shedding), but I am trying to limit the events I attend, so I won’t have to spend money on food, drinks, gas and cab fare when I’m there. Or I attend free events (like a recent Polo match) to save on admission fee.
Usually, events are live tweeted, so I won’t feel like I’m completely missing out if I stay home. I can’t tell you how much I hated carrying coins when I lived in the US, but you needed them to get on the bus and for the vending machine.
Towards the end of the year, I’ll count them and turn it in to the bank to get notes and use that money for extra things in Mauritius (like a nice iced vanilla latte). It is said that one should never pay full price for anything, so I’ve been looking at deals online for air tickets.
Since I plan to travel to Mauritius in December (which is peak season), the ticket will generally be more expensive. This article is the second in a series of sponsored posts for the Barclays Savings Challenge.
Follow the discussion on Twitter and Facebook and share your own experience by using #Fricatives. “The habit of saving is itself an education; it fosters every virtue, teaches self-denial, cultivates the sense of order, trains to forethought, and so broadens the mind ” –T.T.
For me, the second half of the year means reviewing my goals that were created at the beginning of 2015 and to talk about the big ‘M’ word ; MONEY. As I get older and see that friends my age are buying their first cars, and in one case a first house, I realize that if I want those things for myself, I will have to start being more financially aware.
So, with the help of Barclays Africa, I’m taking on the Pan African Savings Campaign. Other bloggers from Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana and Botswana will be involved in the Pan African Savings Campaign, so it will be interesting to follow their progress.
Travel is one of my greatest loves, and when I turned 24, I decided I would visit 5 new African countries between then and my 30th. I’ll also be sharing my Pan African Savings Campaign journey on social media via my twitter @ afrosocialite using the hashtag #Fricatives #Savings101#SavingWithBarclays and my new Facebook page for this blog.
I maintain full editorial control of the content published on this site and the opinions shared are my own. Ever since I heard that Lusaka was going to get its own national park in March, I decided that I was going to have a safari themed birthday.
When it finally officially opened in June, I sent out the invites and had a ‘re-birthday’ (Nothing wrong with celebrating your birthday again). Our trip started with breakfast/ early lunch at one of my favorite spots Sugar bush Café.
Then we continued on to the national park, where we stopped for a group photo and met our guide who took us to the rhino pen. We had such a great time at the Lusaka National Park although we didn’t get to see any giraffes .
There is an observation deck and a picnic area where you can bring your own food and have a brain. The Lusaka National Park is a great day getaway especially for the long weekend.