Travel Blogs from Lilongwe
... to sense the more laid back attitude of the people, which sometimes may have been a little too laid back. We watched a number of the immigration officers casually watch Malawian music videos while the line of people grew rapidly. That seemed to clash with their stated mission of offering an efficient and punctual service to their stakeholders, which hilariously enough, was literally posted in their office.
Once through the border, we ...
... had recently rolled over and lost its load of wood all over the road. I also managed to get my laundry done in Malawi even in the rain. It was going to be hand washed so I was skeptical that it would come back dry. It turns out our laundry was being dried in the nearby village and those who went on the village walk so our laundry strewn about town with one person's laundry hanging in the chiefs house. Now we are on to Tanzania and off to ...
... raised to be released or would be kept indefinitely in captivity. The tour guide told us about some orphaned moneys that were going to be released in a few months and he explained that the monkeys would not be released alone. There would be 2 or more released together as they did better that way.
I thought about my son heading off to study after finishing high school at the end of next year and I thought he too might do better with a friend ...
... should be 6 I think?
We seem to have a pattern of airport difficulties and he remembers them all. Fortunately, we managed to find each other and get on the plane together and we are here in Malawi! We are in a guest house type of hotel in Lilongwe and Dave has been sleeping off and on since we arrived. He was pretty tired... Might call it exhausted. Said he didn't like Johannesburg's airport as it required a lot ...
... a skit about the king who came to serve and not be served which mirrored the bible verse in Matthew. I think that this skit was the kid's favorite because Katie dramatically threw flour (baby powder) in her face. After the skit we had our usual snack and then played a game outside. In our game, we threw balls of newspaper at the ...
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Other places to stay in Lilongwe
Chilembwe Road, Lilongwe | 3 star hotelfrom $222
Mchinji Roundabout, Lilongwe | 4 star hotelfrom $185
Kamazu Procession Road, Lilongwe | 3 star hotelfrom $206
Plot No.3056, Tsiranana Avenue, Lilongwe | Hotelfrom $46
Area 9, no 367, Lilongwe | Hotelfrom $75