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... on! Settled our bill because Colin said not all the workers have been able to master the credit card machine and it is spotty at times. Once again our record keeping came up only $2 difference in what I had and their tab!
Back to the room to upload some pictures. Had put in order for breakfast because wanted something in our stomachs for the ride from Llongwe to border and then on to Chipata and on to Mfuwe.
... I went to our host families home where we talked for a little while and learned about her life. She has 7 children and 12 grandchildren. We saw where she lives and met some of her children. Afterwards, we remudded her hut. We learned that the Malawians do this about once a week as a way of making their huts look visually appealing. After we mudded the hut, we smoothed it over with a smooth rock and water. ...
... Zambia and Malawi – it is some of the most gorgeous country I have ever seen anywhere – and was simply amused by the taxi and minivan drive into Lilongwe. The taxi departed the border for Mchinji when it was full. I was mercifully first to arrive and gained the coveted front seat. Four people crammed in the back. Even better was when a man hailed us from the side of the road 8km from our destination. ‘Oh,’ I thought as the taxi ...
... mattress that had been thrown from the vehicle and lay him down on the side of the road. I don't know anything about this sort of accident but I was very relieved to see within 1-2 mins, he'd made a huge recovery. His eyes looked clearer and he talked to me 'is everyone ok', he then clearly spoke about how he couldn't move and his back and neck were really sore, I turned and yelled to Jonathon, who was by now out of the wreck, to get an ambulance (which he was already trying to do), ...
... on some drinks and had a good old natter with the others before some went to bed and the usual suspects went clubbing! Bush camping on the itinerary tomorrow once we cross the border to Mozambique.
Amazingly, we had a relatively ant free night (sorry Nutkins - more talk of animals) although I did notice a persistent scratching sound beneath our tent right by my head which remained a mystery until the ...
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