Travel Blogs from Lilongwe
... I got out my little swiss army knife and my full nalgene in the other hand and told Peter I was walking to the bus stop. He was telling me it was too far as we were 10km away but I just told " look here buddy I got a bus to catch and I'm not waiting here all day long", so I began the journey, and he decided to join to see if he could get fuel in town. After walking up and down hills, carrying my 50 pound bang, wearing ...
... our Nakata Bay girls (the other Renaissance College girls we came to Malawi with) and was reunited with my soul sister Emilie, and other best friends Cathlia, Nikki and Katie. We then spent the afternoon sharing stories, and showing them around the place I had learned like the back of my hand area 3, Lilongwe. Though modern it had never seemed to be all that special until I shared it with some of my favourite people, then I just felt so proud to be able to call this ...
... dry I am now going to fill you in on somethings that I never expected to be in Lilongwe. They have a whole mini mall dedicated to ATM's which is a super convient one stop shop when it comes to getting money. On the downside though Mastercard is only accepted at the Standard Bank so my options are limited. Note for anyone ever traveling africa I would highly recommend Visa over Mastercard as Visa is much more universal and simpler. They have movie theatres here that have ...
... does seeing this kind of stuff on a daily basis not scar you? I was not prepared for his response, but he shared with me, that the truth was he had just became desensitized to it all. People would come in and die right in front of him, or would come in after a major gang beating and he didn't even bat an eye. He no longer had empathy for the patients, he simply would just see their vitals, numbers, and symptoms and forget that under all those numbers was a person. ...
... cheesy pop music on repeat for the entire duration of the time we were there, majority of the clothing with some serious stains and a lot of clothing on the floor it was seriously a hunt to try and find a sweater. However Shauna came to the rescue and found a new pink sweater, both clean, soft, warm and $1. I also happened to find MC hammer pants so obviously I had to buy those as well. ...
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Other places to stay in Lilongwe
Chilembwe Road, Lilongwe | 3 star hotelfrom $234
Mchinji Roundabout, Lilongwe | 4 star hotelfrom $82
Kamazu Procession Road, Lilongwe | 3 star hotelfrom $207
Plot No.3056, Tsiranana Avenue, Lilongwe | Hotelfrom $74
Area 9, no 367, Lilongwe | Hotelfrom $87