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... us (myself and my new Karaoke troupe) over a river that you wouldn’t want to drink from but apparently you would want to wash your clothes in - small groups of women battered their garments while the sound of that infectious African giggle floated out into the warm air from their smiling mouths. It was the kind of thing that you really want to take a picture of but are too scared to do it. I snuck out my camera but ...
... a queue for the toilet and when it was finally my turn the portly Ethiopian lady behind me asked if she could go ahead of me - ‘of course’ I said, ‘I was going to offer anyway’. Once you leave UK airspace the rules seem to immediately change. My rules however, always stay the same and that’s probably why I find myself perpetually at the end of a long queue even if I was the first one ...
... speed for once and hang on to the back of them. Rode past Kimberley and Mary Jane but now a large group of riders so some of them peeled off to form smaller groups. Our group ended up as David, Laura, Dr Mark, Vince and me - we were speeding along so much faster than I would normally be able to manage on my own - and up and down mild slopes which on the whole I could just about hold my own on. Was so pleased that I could hang on in there - felt really like I ...
... on them and still going strong. The wind - which we have been warned can be a head wind. Riders the last 2 days had headwinds and over 2000m of climbs. The wind was more a cross then a tail and some times a bit of a headwind. I rode without giving a ****! Don't care about a win, camp tonight, soaking wet tent (from dew), storm clouds in distance, being sick, ignorant riders, the cold - yes Malawi gets cold, broken camera with amazing scenery. I just rode and enjoyed the ...
... them quite a while to save up but, at 6,500 Kwacha per bag, it is an affordable item. £1 is approximately 660 Kwacha, so it's roughly £10 per bag. After our 'meeting' I took a photograph of the group. However, the smaller children were then all begging to have their photo taken so that they could then see themselves on the camera screen. It turned into a photo frenzy and was hilarious. Even the older girls, when the camera is pointed at them, ...
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