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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrossroads Hotel Lilongwe
I enjoyed the friendly staff an great dinner at the copper pot restaraunt. Breakfast (included) was a delicious buffet with a chef making omelets. The room was nice, but I would have preferred a full bed instead of two twins, but you can't always have what you want when a hotel is full.
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After landing and clearing customs and immigration, we were picked up by member Haiton Thungula in the new to LIfenets van. It was in great shape and the air conditioning worked. Not usually the case in most African vehicles. We checked into the Crossroads hotel which turned out to be very nice. We partially unpacked as we ere only going to be …
... Salawila to count. When he verified the correct amount, we passed up the $250 and everyone smiled and we went on our way. We couldn't help but feel that this was illegal - and it certainly felt like like a back-alley drug deal! But the 'money changer' had a shoulder bag full of money and an iPad mini on which to do his calculations. The fellows in the car did the calculations on their phones. This kind of transaction is apparently ...
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