Mufasa Backpacker Lodge Lilongwe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... in the little strip mall where the bus office was. We loaded up and went to the Burley Guest House where we are staying till we go to Zambia on Tuesday.
After unloading and getting our room, we went to deliver some items for a Lifenets project, a small internet shop run by Mwayi Chondi. We were met by her two daughters, Tinayande and Pirirani, who were at the shop. We had met Piriani 2 years before, but her sister was in college in Ireland ...
... best thing is that the bus will leave just across of the road of our hotel - so we understood at least. We will see tomorrow! For an instance we hesitated to go for a beer at towards the newer capital city. But as soon as we got in a "taxi" (everyone with a car is a potential taxi driver) Alan felt a little dizzy so we changed our plans to go back to the hotel to relax, use the loo and now my father is slightly ...
... 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 ...
... for the most part. I got to know the driver named Peter and we got talking about Reggae music, all seemed to be going well then out of no where I hear the infamous words (Uh-oh, were in trouble). I look over and see that just about every light on his dashboard is flashing but the most apparent; is the empty gas tank signal. He tells me not to worry as he always makes it the hour long journey on 5 L of gas. However he insist's ...
... their progress within their schools, and discuss best practices, and challenges these individuals are facing within the schools. We still have 2 weeks of work where we are going to have manuals for teachers to teach the students more about mental health. This is only the beginning of incredible things to come. I am so proud of the work we have already accomplished and I know we are not done yet. Sending Love your way. ...