Mufasa Backpacker Lodge Lilongwe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... We took a drive up north to Nkhota Bay and saw rubber plantations, unusual rock formations, a guy on a bike with a pig, a big annoyed pig, busy busy marketplaces, women washing their laundry in the river, hundreds of school children running home for lunch and just as many who obviously don't go to school and people everywhere. No kidding. There is nowhere you can go to be alone. Even in remote backwoods areas the roads are full of people. No chance of a roadside potty ...
... boys were to play the proper local football team, who had just returned from practice and the girls (we were expecting to play the school kids) were to play some serious looking local ladies. It was a great game of netball, so funny as there were no lines, basic metal rusted rings, no bibs and an umpire who only blew the whistle for the centre pass, but it was so so much fun. We started playing us vs them and we won so then mixed it up with a few games and mixed ...
... here a generally very friendly and a smile helps to overcome many situations, there stays a feeling of light distrust, which makes to stay constantly a little alert! Anyways we finally found the big bus station and luckily knew which bus company we would we're looking for. An elderly man helped us at the AXA bus bay and let us use his cell phone to make a reservation for the bus ride tomorrow early morning to Blantyre. ...
Today started before the sun and the roosters even woke. At 4:15 am I was up and waiting for my taxi to Muzuzu to board a 6 hour bus ride home. Little did I know this trip would turn into a cultural experience unlike anything I had experienced here thus far. The driver arrived at 4:50 however as I had planned for the delay I was not sweating yet, we then began the hour long journey to Muzuzu the sky still dark and the streets ...
This morning we had a half day idea sharing conference where we had all the previous Mental Health Facilitators come in and give us an update on what they have been doing program wise and what challenges they have faced since receiving their training. This was one of our ideas we wanted to see implemented, as many teachers had discussed a gap in being connected with other MHF's across Lilongwe. At the end of the sharing we were able to do a small presentation on our ...