Dongwe Ocean View
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... br> fisherman working hard. The reef meant you could not swim in the sea
as the tide was too far out most of the time. We were confused at
first to see lots of kids squatting on the beach, however after a
while we twigged that they were actually going for a number two!
Nice! Not quite the luxury beach we thought, lol! The wind was also
quite strong on the east coast. Regardless of all this we still
decided to stay at Key Bungalows for 4 nights (1 ...
... peace,love,dar(god),protect,together,a s one.)
We got a taxi to the top of the Island - Nungwei. If you are thinking of going here, as a pre warning, they have no ATMs! We stayed in "Jambo Brothers Bungalows" possibly the most dingiest place I stayed in! But it was super cheap, on the beach and right next to Cholos (the party place!) Nungwei's scenery will make you speechless. Its crystal blue sea and white sand. You cannot really walk up the beach, you have to ...
... a wooden hook for a door latch and both opened for a huge massive view of our patio.
We sneak out for a buffet dinner at our resort's restaurant for a whopping $15 a person. They had a huge selection of food from fish, goat, chicken, beef, fruits, rice, you name it. The weirdest part was how much the staff was faking their politeness, clearly someone has come in their and taught them how to get out of their normal rude African ways, but this was too much. When I finish ...
This weekend was totally different from all I had before! It started great especially after amazing week in school. The highlight was presents for kids ( teaching aids and games, puzzles ) which were bought for kids from my friend Zohaib. He transferred me money when he saw a picture on facebook how poor was the school. All the amazing smiles in school that day were shining brighter than a sun. And that day there was not that much sun actually. My heart felt totally happy seeing kids ...
... at the Malawi High Commission he asked us to pass him TZS 7,000 and then he informed us he would have to leave. Of course, we started complaining that we had a deal so in the end he took only TZS 5,000 since he seemed to feel quite guilty and left anyway. We were in the middle of nowhere, no tuk-tuks passing and under the pressure of time. Excellent! Things just couldnīt have resulted better for us that morning!
At 9.00 we entered an office of the Malawi High ...