Zambia is a country with a plateau climate in Africa. It is a country with a good climate and a pleasant climate. So from the very hot summer in Dar es Salaam, the capital of Tanzania, to the cool and pleasant Lusaka, it is really a happy thing. .
The city of Lusaka is the capital of Zambia and it is also a city with a plateau climate. A good natural landscape is a good place. This city can be like spring all year round without severe cold. It is really a blessing for the people here.
Lake Kariba is located at the junction of northwestern Zimbabwe and Zambia, 369 kilometers away from the capital Harare. It is a tourist attraction. Kariba means trap in the Shona language of Zimbabwe. This is because the Zambezi River seems to flow into a trap when it flows through this valley. It was originally a wasteland. After 10,000 migrant workers worked hard for 3 years, it was finally transformed into the second largest artificial lake in the world in 1958. Lake Kariba is 350 kilometers long, 50 kilometers wide, and covers an area of 6,000 square kilometers. When you come to Lake Kariba, the first thing you see is the various types of boats anchored in the small harbor. The locals said that to see the panoramic view of the lake, you must climb to the town of Kariba, because the town of Kariba is located on the hill above the lake. Climbing up here and looking into the distance, the vast clear water, with gleaming scales, swimming like ten thousand silver fish. Lake Kariba, with beautiful scenery and pleasant climate, is worthy of the reputation of a holiday paradise. It is definitely a good place for vacation, especially the hotels here are very styled and must be selected carefully.
At the time when Zambia was still in the cold war with South Africa, the whole city could not be photographed. If we wanted to take a photo, we had to go to a restaurant opened by the Chinese to have some precious memories. Zambia is a country with a beautiful plateau climate.
As early as when I was engaged in foreign affairs reception work at the Beijing Hotel, some familiar foreigners told me that you Orientals have a taste of food, in other words, a taste of grass. I didn't understand it at the time, but I also asked the Europeans: "Why are you all stinky armpits? It's the so-called body odor." They looked at each other and didn't know what it meant. They couldn't smell it at all. I am also very strange about the "smelly armpit smell". In the first few days when I came to Africa, I couldn’t bear it. The smell of Africans was neither vegetable nor grass, nor was it the “smelly armpit smell” of Europeans. It was completely a kind of “soil”. Taste, it is a special kind of "ethnic taste", but it is definitely better than the "European taste", so it will not be smelled again after a few days. Later, I went in and out of Zambia seven times. Not only did I not smell it, but I felt close. Why is this? After many inspections, I gradually realized that the truth is actually very simple, that is, "one side of soil and water raises the other side!"