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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      I'm teaching in Malawi!!

      A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Mar 10, 2015

      1 comment

      ... a pen, pencil and crayon. The Headteacher informed me that this was perfect timing as every student will have equipment with which to complete their exams. The excitement that it caused was tremendous and I'm glad that I wasn't the one teaching them after that. The thing that the staff were most pleased about was the chess sets. I was informed that they are incredibly expensive and they were thrilled with them. However, not much activity took place in ...

      Day 1: A tiny taxi and a long awaited meal.

      A travel blog entry by leonisnyman on Dec 19, 2014

      ... a bus to Mzuzu on Saturday.

      Going in search of something to call dinner, we found a backyard restaurant, that offered to serve us chicken and rice. Two hours later we were served what was to be our first Malawian meal, and cold cokes in glass bottles.

      After a much needed swim, we retired for the night. Ready for whatever adventures Africa had up her sleeve for the next day.

      Day 80: becoming a boat captain

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 22, 2014


      ... boys played a full 90 minute game, which I don't think they were expecting, but they did well ending at 3 all. The walk home through the village was also great fun as we tried to pump water and carry it on our heads, not so successfully. Tonight we had dinner at a locals house which was lovely and all the local kids came out to sing and dance with us which is always great fun. I think after a long tiresome day it was then time for sleep zzzz Oh by the way, BEST DAY ...

      Looking for the bus for Blantyre

      A travel blog entry by lamalima on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Visiting the African childcare centres - CBCC

      A travel blog entry by seleniumchai on Aug 06, 2014

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      ... have really wonderful singing that showed so much joy and spontaneity
      It reminds me of flash mob. They are not conscious of how people think of them. They just sing in that moment.
      How did God put so much musical & rhythmic sense into them?

      There is no formal musical training here, no piano or violin lesson but they can sing in such lovely tune with such lovely vocal chords!

      Steve Lund's words to the ...