Mufasa Backpacker Lodge Lilongwe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Early in the morning we dropped off our rental car at the petrol station before taking the fast bus from Blantyre to Lilongwe. We are now resting and preparing for our last stroll downtown maybe to find some nice and useful souvenirs ... We realise now, that time is up soon. Tomorrow we will catch the flights back to Nairobi and then to Zurich. We have spent two impressive weeks here in Malawi, I learnt a lot about the country, that it is very ...
... to me while I am writing these words... And I myself am probably going for a read or so, it's holiday time anyways. A few ours of walking around already gives you enough to contemplate one. I also realised these holidays are going to be a at a lower pace than I am used to - but this is completely fine with me. We are going to take it cool, calm and easy! No hurry, no stress and the primary goal is to stay healthy ...
... strapped in find out
that we will be stopping in Blantyre first.
The plane has a few
wobbles as we head to Blantyre but when we land, WHAP onto the landing
strip. Very rough. Get airborne after we load all the new passengers
and the flight to Addis Abba is fairly low key. Have a glass of wine
with our dinner and when we land in Addis Abba the pilot does it again,
WHAP on the landing ...
... I got out my little swiss army knife and my full nalgene in the other hand and told Peter I was walking to the bus stop. He was telling me it was too far as we were 10km away but I just told " look here buddy I got a bus to catch and I'm not waiting here all day long", so I began the journey, and he decided to join to see if he could get fuel in town. After walking up and down hills, carrying my 50 pound bang, wearing ...
... dry I am now going to fill you in on somethings that I never expected to be in Lilongwe. They have a whole mini mall dedicated to ATM's which is a super convient one stop shop when it comes to getting money. On the downside though Mastercard is only accepted at the Standard Bank so my options are limited. Note for anyone ever traveling africa I would highly recommend Visa over Mastercard as Visa is much more universal and simpler. They have movie theatres here that have ...