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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... boys were to play the proper local football team, who had just returned from practice and the girls (we were expecting to play the school kids) were to play some serious looking local ladies. It was a great game of netball, so funny as there were no lines, basic metal rusted rings, no bibs and an umpire who only blew the whistle for the centre pass, but it was so so much fun. We started playing us vs them and we won so then mixed it up with a few games and mixed ...
... here a generally very friendly and a smile helps to overcome many situations, there stays a feeling of light distrust, which makes to stay constantly a little alert! Anyways we finally found the big bus station and luckily knew which bus company we would we're looking for. An elderly man helped us at the AXA bus bay and let us use his cell phone to make a reservation for the bus ride tomorrow early morning to Blantyre. ...
... and I am left with the carry on luggage. Our checked baggage is
already being sent on! Robert comes back downstairs and goes back to
the counter and still things are not cleared up. By this time there is
another man with problems with some of his groups tickets. Time is
ticking by and finally they print out some boarding passes and tell us
to go on upstairs to check in. Go upstairs and then ...
... there. There was a total of about 50-60 pax, with only 5 of us from South East Asia. Those from Greater China are either staff or charity partners. For distributors wise we only met Anneli & her daughter Frida from Norway, Julie Todd & family from Texas USA, and Teresa & her mum from Canada.
Meeting the Former 1st Lady of Malawi
A nice surprise for the evening was meeting a very stately lady who turned out to be ...
... 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 ...