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... most ways to Switzerland, but also to neighbouring countries such as Kenya or Tansania (not as spoilt yet by tourism). But then again, certain things are the same as in other countries in Africa. We had a lot of time to share Alan and myself. We talked a lot - Alan a lot about his Life and the decisions he had taken. I think it was very important that the 2 of us made this trip together. Now I understand him better, and hopefully he does the same with ...
... Take care you too! Update after dinner: Alan is still feeling funny in the stomach and therefore only soup, one beer an tea for him. That's probably also the reason for him loosing twice to me in chess. It's been a long time since we both played, but winning twice against him, means he is probably struggling with his stomach more than he would admit. But I think it is all cool and he'll be fitter soon. Good night ...
... about 90 of them) being taught English and reciting to us. They have no chairs, tables, pencils or bags. They just come and learn and some even brought their younger sibling along.
After lesson they were give hot Vitameal and it was really nice to hand to them and see them staring at us or some eating hungrily.
Lunch at Burley Guest House
Again we were transported to a beautiful European civilization with ...
... are too hungry, or they have no clothes or no pencil.
But Nu Skin people came and decided to make a difference, unlike many people who didn't want to come and see poverty.
We had self-introduction around the table to get to know one another and also heard from Moses Khombe, Brent Goddard who is the MD for Nourish the Children at Nu Skin and Napoleon Dzombe, the person who is very well respected by the Malawian people.
... cheat). Beautiful campsite Friday night, right on the lake. Lots of people selling wooden carvings right near our camp, very friendly sellers with names such as Mike Malawi, Stan the Man, Mr Cheap As Chips and one who even called himself Mr Vegemite :) Today we are on the way to the other side of lake Malawi for two nights, no wifi for a few days so will update again hopefully ...