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... Malawian Kwacha. Mr. Saliwila, rather embarrassed, explained this to me and said that he had enough cash along to pay for two nights, but could we get some money changed. To reimburse him. So after stowing our bags Room #9, off we went to the money changers. Assuming we'd be going to a ForEx (for Foreign Exchange) business or a bank, we pulled into a shopping center and parked. Rather than getting out of the car to go in the bank, ...
... and guest house. So I guess we became guest of the pope while he was a guest in the US.
The guest rooms were nice, but the Wi-Fi only reached the router, so for 4 days we were without internet, and therefore no blogging. I am now catching up.
Friday morning Michelle and I went with Howard Davis and Joseph Mughoho to the University to talk about a project for the Simpson Foundation. Louis Simpson, a member in the Northwest had left a sum of money ...
On our return to Lilongwe, Vivian and I had the opportunity to meet with Lynn from WAG again at a community near the Thuma forest reserve. Here Lynn showed us one of the projects WAG is involved with in the community. Lynn has developed a woman's project where they have started a large vegetable garden and are beginning a bee hive. The vegetables they are growing ...
Repacked, re-organized and re-united with our extra 200 pounds of luggage, some more goodbyes to folks from our last leg of the Nomad trip, and off to the airport to start the next adventure. Two weeks in Malawi.
We were kindly met at the airport by John and Joanna from the Impact Malawi organization Vivian has been providing sponsorship to. Vivian will be spending time with them, while I have planned ...
... immigration queue. As I waited for the passport formalities I could see my rucksack spinning round and round on the carousel just behind the border guard’s booth. Having visited Lusaka airport a few years earlier, I wasn’t expecting a vast array of duty free shops and a row of taxis but there was a crowd ten deep of taxi hawkers shouting in my face, some holding up signs of those people they were picking up. ...