Mufasa Backpacker Lodge Lilongwe

Address: Lister Avenue 3/3129, Lilongwe, Malawi | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Lister Avenue 3/3129, Lilongwe, is near Mount Mulanje.
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    Travel Blogs from Lilongwe

    Red Dirt, Dry Chicken and Amazing Chips

    A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on May 26, 2015

    ... the back Kieran the Aussie’s head. The streets were busy but not overwhelming, most people looked at us for a minute then got back to their business, I didn’t feel that the three of us (a Brit, Aussie and American) were out of place despite each one of us being quite obviously exactly that. Inot the market and men stood in a long line all holding a single garment each for sale, it was either a testament to ...

    Harare to Lilongwe, Malawi

    A travel blog entry by worldmaddog on Apr 20, 2015

    8 photos

    Capts Tupps and Maddog decided to continue the tour, again using shared cockpit from Harare, Zimbabwe to Lilongwe, Malawi.

    Lilongwe is the capital and largest city of Malawi, with some 1 Million inhabitants.

    The flight was relatively short.
    Took off with threatening skies in Harare, with local thunder and some impressive CBs.

    Climb ...

    (days 81-89) SECTION 6: Zambesi Zone

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Mar 30, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    Stage 6: Zambesi Zone (Malawi, Zambia)
    Lilongwe to Victoria Falls
    Mar 30th to Apr 7th

    Tour D'Afrique Pre Information
    1,218 km, 8 days riding, 1 days rest
    average km per riding day = 152km (95 miles)
    Malawi: 800km in total; Basically 100% paved of which 60-70% is good quality pavement and the rest is a mixture of potholes and degraded pavement.
    Botswana: 1,500km. Close to 100% paved, with ...

    Day 81 : Lilongwe to Chipata 132km

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Mar 30, 2015

    12 photos

    ... with the big boys today!!!

    Started to rain really quite hard now, but not particularly cold so I opted to not put a waterproof on - as working hard and would have sweated buckets wearing it. A little later on we came up behind Dick and Jaap, who now joined on with David, me, Vince and Dr Mark. Managed to hang on in there until a km or two from lunch when a nasty steeper little hill slowed me down. Rolled into lunch at 80 odd km, was still raining hard - ...

    A snake encounter!

    A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Mar 15, 2015

    ... pose in a 'cool' way which usually involves not smiling - or looking at the camera! But they then laugh hysterically at the results. Driving out into the countryside was in itself really interesting as I have not yet had much chance to explore beyond the township of Dedza. I didn't get a chance to stop and take photographs today but hope to get out and about this week. Oh yes, on my arrival at Chimwemwe Youth Project we came across a snake which Henri ...