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... finish grade school, just twenty five percent high school. Aids has had a devastating effect. The official number is 12 percent of the population affected. Privately they say it's much higher, so high that it balances the birth rate of nine percent. But on a more positive note...
This has got to be one of the most beautiful countries in Africa; emerald green mountains, rivers everywhere and Lake Malawi offers stunning sunrises with the hills of Tanzania as a ...
... the beach, on the hammocks. So nice. You wouldn't guess we are on a lake, with all the waves here today. The boys were even attempting to body surf. This afternoon we had arranged a football game for the boys and even better a netball game for the girls, against the locals at the school. So we headed up to the school in the heat of the day, exhausted by the time we got there and hoping for a similar turnout as at the last game in Uganda but this was way more serious ...
... us. Of course we were the only white people wandering around trying to find the bus station, and because we are richer than probably most people in Malawi we felt at times a little at unease. I still have a lot of problems judging the African people with regards to how much I can trust them - in Asia I felt much more at ease, because the tricks they tried to play on you were much more easy to figure out. Although ...
... and then. Because of the Vitameals they are very strong now. They are very grateful for this gift of life and put an effort to show their gratitude to us with many programs.
The girls sewed bags for all the visitors and also baked cakes. They also did a skit performance to showed why Vitameal is important for them because of the nutrients.
They also sang songs on "We love Malawi "& "Our Desire is to be ...
... 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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