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... rainy season was clearly in effect here in Malawi, especially in higher elevations.
My Friday evening was redeemed by fireside conversations and real life ghost stories with Cameron, James and Naomi. That's what happens when you're the only guest at a mountain top lodge and want to avoid your trip deteriorating into an iteration of The Shining. It was great to hang out with all of them, enjoy some insanely good coconut curry, and talk ...
... a little hug before he runs off to join in with the bigger boys, He's mixing with an older crowd! He's usual the first to have his toy pinched by one of the others but is quick to stop his tears. He looks like a little old man sometimes- he's always wandering around the verandah with his hands clasped behind his back. Another important little person I met this afternoon is Thoko. She's 3 and has severe cerebral palsy so has come to the ...
... he said he could do while his family lived in it. He said that not having to pay rent would make it easier to put money into finishing his house and he said he knows how to do the work himself. Besides his wife's 3 brothers, who he also supports, could help.
Unfortunately, the morning we were to return to Lilongwe from Blantyre, his wife called him on their neighbours phone to tell him they had been robbed. In the night, ...
Why not create a new policy
To protect the whales from the Japanese at sea
Stop the deforestation in Brazil
For our children trees you will kill
And a note to the Chinese
Stop your pollution please.
watch out for it on MTV soon.
My least favorite part of the week was going to the Zimbabwe embassy and having to pay a bribe for them to issue me with a visa(!) It was only 10 pound but I thought how corrupt ...
... in one hour.
We met the children and their families and got to play with them and have breakfast with them before we headed over to the school where we would be doing VBS. I had the chance to spend some time with Tia and Fresher two of the kids in our group, who we got to be with all week. During VBS all week we sang and danced A LOT! Malawians love to sing and dance and I had so much fun (trying) to sing songs ...