Cluny Lodge

Address: Plot 69, Lilongwe, Malawi | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Plot 69, Lilongwe, is near Mount Mulanje.
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      Travel Blogs from Lilongwe

      Lilongwe to Nkhota Bay

      A travel blog entry by n6tk on Jan 22, 2015

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      A stack of firewood or hand of bananas is easy but what about balancing a ten gallon tub of water or a bundle of brooms on your head? My favourite balancing act is the guy on the bike with two pairs of rods rising about six feet behind the seat and filled with large chunks of firewood. You have to use your noggin to carry things when the only transportation is feet and bicycles. Malawi, "the poorest country in Africa" has a tough go of it. A life expectancy of 55, only ...

      Day 80: becoming a boat captain

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 22, 2014

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      ... were getting ourselves into. Somehow we scraped a 3-3 draw, and scraped ourselves of the pitch as well since we had all melted like whitey snowmen in a forest fire. After we dragged ourselves home for our last night by lake Malawi, we returned to our beach cabin to find a fish hammered to our door with the words scribbled in poor handwriting 'you dint get fishin groop togeva. toneet you sleep wiv de fishes wite man'. I'm glad it's our last night. Zoe: Relaxing day ...

      Looking for the bus for Blantyre

      A travel blog entry by lamalima on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... as we walked towards the old town we also asked a couple of people: with the effect, that the information we received got more and more confusing! So we kept on walking with the midday sun getting stronger and my father getting more an more dizzy. We passed the old market which was quite busy but probably with more vendors than buying customers. At times we got a little tense because I could feel the envying ...

      Visiting the African childcare centres - CBCC

      A travel blog entry by seleniumchai on Aug 06, 2014

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      ... trouble. So they prayed for help. There was a 21 yrs old girl, Alice who came from UK and assisted them, but they were still not able to survive without supply of food. It was Nu Skin who came to help them and Ms Mercy the 'Mum' who was the only person left in the end to take care of the girls was very grateful to us.

      Now they have 22 girls who lost their parents and have relatives like grand parents or uncles whom they visit ...

      Zanzibar to lake Malawi

      A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Aug 01, 2014

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      ... The rest of the group went snorkelling and swam right beside a pod of dolphins, pretty cool. Wednesday we caught the ferry back to dar es salaam (very rough, people dropping with seasickness all over the place), then headed back to camp in dar for the night, right on the beach. We'd stayed at the same campsite the night before going to Zanzibar but it was much busier at the ...