Gallery: Shiwa Ngandu & Kapishya. Arriving at Shiwa Ngandu. The old steam engine, bought from the BSAC on the Shiwa Estate. First glimpse of Shiwa House from down the drive. Parked outside the gate house to Shiwa House. Hidden away among the brick columns. Back to the gatehouse. The chapel at Shiwa. A plaque in the chapel commemorating Stewart Gore-Browne. Stain Glass in the Chapel. The windows in the chapel are undamaged by time. An old photograph of the steam engine. The Rhinos above the door, and the letters L & S for Lorna and Stewart. Shiwa House from the gardens. The tower of Shiwa House where Lorna, Stewart’s wife, used to play her music. The tower of the gate house The drawing room. Shiwa Ngandu as seen from the library of Shiwa House. The library was stacked with history, biographies and first editions. The fireplace in the library. My guide looking out from the balcony of the library. Aunt Ethel. The dining room, complete with ancestral portraits and china. The door to the library. Crossing the river at Kapishya. The Road to Kapishya. Camp D2D, Kapishya. This road was no issue for the car. Tackling the red Zambian dirt. The river running by the campsite. The kitchen gardens, where much of the food for the lodge is grown. The lodge at Kapishya, where I ate like a king. The hot spring runs down to the river. The hot spring at Kapishya.