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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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We arrived in Lilongwe from Lusaka on time, Thursday, September 24, but had to wait a while for the Lifenets car to pick us up. It always happens when you clear customs and immigration quickly, and receive your luggage immediately. When all this is slow, they are always already there. It seems someone has to wait in either case.
We then drove to the Bridgeview Hotel, where we had booked and paid in advance for 3 nights via Travelocity. Sadly, when we got ...
... to meet Saleem and his wife, Rosie, their daughter, and their son Abdul and his wife. Saleem had invited us over for a visit and some wonderful East Indian snacks (as part of Ramadan they had been fasting throughout the daylight hours), and break the fast with a large meal at sunset and snacks later in the evening. At the end of the evening Saleem had suggested that we meet today so that he could show ...
... this collection of like minded folk can cringeworthy at best. However, once I had ploughed through the dross, I managed to find someone who had literally just arrived as well, albeit from Chipata in Zambia, and we hit it off over a few not so exotic Carlsberg beers. After an overnight flight you can either crash or keep burning. I decided the second option was more my style, despite all my ...
... A bit of a climb out of the city, but nothing too much. Very overcast early on and could tell that we were very likely going to get rained on at some point today.
Kimberley started off well today, overtook me at one point up a hill so left her to it and continued at my own pace. Soon after this a peloton of faster riders, David Snell, Laura, Nate, Ben, Vince, Savannah and Dr Mark came past, and fortunately the terrain was such that I was able to turn ...
... At first we were all expecting that he would get a wrap on the knuckles and then let out - seems more problematical than that though. We will await developments on Monday - when the rest of the TDA tour will be actually exiting Malawi into Zambia in the afternoon.
A lovely campsite here - a backpackers place - much hillier than I expected getting here - spoilt by a 20km descent into the city before hand though. Dave Paterson from Canada ...