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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to the driver and were "dropped off" at unscheduled spots so they wouldn't have to walk back. The road was very narrow but widened some as we came closer to Lilongwe. At times I wondered if it was even wide enough for us to pass trucks/buses coming the other way. I am surprised anyone has any side mirrors on their vehicles.
It was a sunny day and we were able to see the countryside and markets in the villages we went through. It was a bit ...
... us. Of course we were the only white people wandering around trying to find the bus station, and because we are richer than probably most people in Malawi we felt at times a little at unease. I still have a lot of problems judging the African people with regards to how much I can trust them - in Asia I felt much more at ease, because the tricks they tried to play on you were much more easy to figure out. Although ...
... final packing. We were going to
be flying from Llongwe, Malawi to Addis Abba, Ethiopia to Paris, France
and then on to Venice, Italy. Now for the step by step of this
journey. Our taxi arrived early to take us to the airport but did not
rush us to finish all we wanted to do. So, at 10:15 headed to the
airport. Got to the airport a little early and glad we did. Laura's
tickets all fine but ...
... first skeptical, but those who believe and followed the methods have good results and better harvest and words started to spread around.
One example is Johannes. Before he came to school, he can make 20 bags of food per year and it's not enough for his own family. At the campus he can grow 60 bags and has now more than enough to sell.
The graduates have 1 year on campus and 1 year on his own ground. And he ...
... bridge as well. Found a store selling what we needed but they were closed and just unloading wares for the next day. They were willing to sell us the bucket because we could give exact change.
Went to an electronics store and found most of what we needed to make ourselves an extension cord to run electricity to our tent from one of the poles by the lapas. Stops at the pharmacy, GAME, and Shoprite where ...