Mufasa Backpacker Lodge Lilongwe
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... my water bottles I left before the others, saying I’d try to tag onto their group again when they came past later on. Still raining when Jaap and Dick overtook me - but they were very kind and regulated their speed as required to allow me to join in with them and ride as a group. Very much appreciated - thanks guys. Rode with them all the way to the border at 132km, being caught and slightly overtaken by Laura, Dave and Vince just before we arrived there. The ...
... for 10km. 102km I hear "I caught the Flying Canadian!" Dick and Jaap caught up to me. 5km to go, dammit! :) Jaap pulled in front and Dick was on the back we flew into camp, the last km I hammered it and did in fact arrive "first" by 6in of tire. Am sure Jaap let me win, but fist props all around and clocked in at 4hrs and 18mins. As they say, you can't stop the Dutch train once they have a target in mind. Not my best but since more climbs and wind it was a success. ...
... carefully after their exam. It's exams all week this week and then it's the end of term on the 27th which is my last day at the school. Ive spent this afternoon meeting lots of new people. As I was walking along the main road to and from the bank and the market several people stopped me to chat. I stick out like a sore thumb so people know who I ...
... another match and they didn't have enough time to play it in full. I didn't stay around for the second match as I wanted to get to the Internet cafe with enough time to check emails, upload photos etc... I had a lovely chat using FaceTime Audio with Nicole and managed to download my emails and message my parents - and upload my photos. It was almost dark when I left and I'm a bit mindful of the advice I've been given about not being out and about in the ...
Today we arrived in Lilongwe at a very small airport... But people were very welcoming, especially as soon as we mentioned the cause of our visit. They took our temperature with a temperature pistol from our forehead - same as at the boarder crossing from Vietnam to Cambodia. I once more thought about the accuracy of the devices we use at work and whether or not you were able to detect any dangerous disease?! Anyway, luckily I had a booster shot against yellow fever just a week before ...