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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunbird Capital Lilongwe
We are pleasantly surprised with the amenities provided in the hotel. Our room was spacious, even though a little noisy as it was just next to the restaurant. But overall feeling was that they treat all guest with respect and prompt service (laundry person appear almost immediately after calling). I did my laundry everyday as the price was very reasonable.
I would recommend business or vacation traveller to this hotel definitely.
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Day 2 of Malawi Trip:
A visit to SAFI, School of Agriculture for Family Independence was a both a memorable and educational one. The model of how the school program works to change the lives of the Malawian is really applaudable.
It was a long 1.5 hour journey to the Mtalimanja Village where the school is housed. SAFI focuses on …
We started our day early & I will never forget the scene when we arrived at the middle of a big field and seeing many children arriving there. Wow, the feeling of finally being here brought tears to my eyes. I see the multitude of them and felt a little like Jesus when He saw many people hungry out there.
We were told to give out the …
We were very excited to arrive in Africa and had a nice transit at Johannesburg, shopping and were just amazed by the beautiful handicraft here. At the advice of Gavin, we actually changed all internal African flights to biz class in order to reduce contact with potential Ebola-victims (??!!). Of course that means we got to use the Biz Class …
... most ways to Switzerland, but also to neighbouring countries such as Kenya or Tansania (not as spoilt yet by tourism). But then again, certain things are the same as in other countries in Africa. We had a lot of time to share Alan and myself. We talked a lot - Alan a lot about his Life and the decisions he had taken. I think it was very important that the 2 of us made this trip together. Now I understand him better, and hopefully he does the same with ...
We both had a long and well deserved sleep. Although my dad made his first experiences with the side effects of stress, jet lag and the encountering of new or unusual food - so he spent some time on the loo during the night. Our next adventure and task for the first full day in Malawi was to find out where the bus would leave for Blantyre tomorrow morning. So we checked all our guide books for advice, asked hotel ...