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... boys played a full 90 minute game, which I don't think they were expecting, but they did well ending at 3 all. The walk home through the village was also great fun as we tried to pump water and carry it on our heads, not so successfully. Tonight we had dinner at a locals house which was lovely and all the local kids came out to sing and dance with us which is always great fun. I think after a long tiresome day it was then time for sleep zzzz Oh by the way, BEST DAY ...
... 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 ...
will be heading out to catch the plane. Look at the boarding passes,
no boarding pass for Robert to Addis Abba but one for Paris (I think
this is right). Goes over to lady at the door who I have observed is
really a sgt uppity. She calls someone and now we have boarding passes
for both flights but maybe not on manifest for Paris. who knows. Get
on the plane and so to our seats and when ...
... First Lady, Callista. She dressed well & one look we can tell that she is some VIP.
Calista was trained in HIV & Nutrition and she shared that she is very touched with Nu Skin's work in Malawi. In her work with HIV patients, she sees 5 yr old suffering from HIV and it's not their fault. It's a lot about lack of knowledge.
Many people come to Malawi and ask why a child don't go to school. Their answers are ...
... time because the end of Ramadan parties were going on this time. Thursday and Friday were big driving days, crossed the border into Malawi on Friday after lunch. Malawi is much more crowded than Tanzania but so far very friendly, people seem very friendly and happy here. Have been playing lots of cards on the bus, learning 500, euchre, 31, gin rummy, bully (European uno), ...
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