{Travel} Zambia Day 1 ~ Hair Did

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Hi there and welcome! Am sure you remember I mentioned in my Zambian Trip Preview post that I will soon be sharing my full trip back home. Well soon is today and here goes, as I made mention to earlier in my preview post I said about how I have always wanted to go back to my mother Zambia on my own dime. Well this year it happened I didn’t have to save for it I just paid for it from my salary and honestly that was the best feeling ever. So many things have happened this year and I felt like I was being throw into a lion’s den on a monthly basis just to see how I can cope if at all. I am very fortunate and very blessed to have a very supportive family system and wonderful friends full of encouragements.

….moving on…

I left the UK approx. 9.30pm and landed in Dubai around 6am the following day. The flight was 7 hours long (don’t forget to factor in the time difference), I was knackered and very hot. When I left the weather was just 9 degrees that pretty cold for me and around in Dubai with lows of 20 degrees lets just say I paid the price but thankfully I did factor in the heat for Zambia so in my hand language I had shorts. You would think I would have changed at the airport when I was in their rather posh toilets and bathrooms but no me I waited until I was up in the air closer to God then went into the toilets and changed their.

When I landed I had a misfortunate of having a female office scrutinize me from head to toe and demand that all my bags be searched THOROUGHLY before customs could let me through. Obviously my looks offended her but I also so pure jealousy but that’s ok I survived and had the best day ever. Now that I have rambled through and through I will share with you some dreaded pictures.

…Beware, these pictures are nothing like what you hoping for…

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And for the hideous part that is me…

IMG_1325.JPGIt took 4 hours to get this hair done, and that’s because these two guys are fast otherwise its a good 7 hours for y heard (yes I heard you its a shift lol).

Thank you Zambia, you were great so great you gave me heat rash on Day 2.




  1. Kristine Foley
    October 31, 2014 / 6:57 am

    It turned out beautiful so well worth it!

    • December 1, 2014 / 10:58 pm

      Thank you Kristine, its definitely worth the 4-7 hours it usually takes

    • December 1, 2014 / 10:57 pm

      Thanks Jessica

  2. October 26, 2014 / 2:21 pm

    I love these snapshots and yes I will second what everyone has said – your hair looks fabulous! I hope you had an amazing trip!!

    • December 1, 2014 / 10:57 pm

      Thank you, I had an amazing time and created wonderful memories

  3. October 24, 2014 / 6:45 pm

    Your hair looks amazing, I would have never been able to sit for four hours to get something like this done 🙂

    • October 25, 2014 / 8:36 am

      Thank you, after a while you get used to sitting that long

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