Travel Blogs from Cape Maclear
So our first week at hospital went so fast! By the end of the week was already feeling like more of the team and that I was being more of a help than a hindrance! I'm slowly learning some key words in Chichewa so I can communicate with the patients and their parents a bit better. So far my vocab stretches as far as simple hello how are you etc and …
... first night and then were joined by Tanja from Denmark. There are lodges throughout the lake shore and to access the different parts of the lake you walk through the village or right along the beach.
Cape Maclear is a working fishing village, but they are used to tourists. The lake is filled with fishing boats and the markets are filled with fish that are being dried and stinking up the village. It was interesting to have the public beaches next to the ...
... need to make. Next stop the global championships.*My thanks are somewhat qualified after a swarm of ants sets up camp in my bread bag. I woke up after an afternoon nap with the entire floor carpeted in the little critters. Serves me right for eating food in bed. Mother always warned me this might happen, but I laughed her concerns away. How young I was. How innocent. How ...
... who can do better negotiation we got a kayak for $25, though that still being a lot of money.
With our kayak arranged, we awoke the following day and had a filling breakfast. Armed with day sacks we set off to pick up the kayak at Eco Lodge getting some lunch on the way. Excited about heading off to discover the island and snorkel we got on the C-Kayak to discover how unstable it was in the crosswind and choppy waves crossing or direction of paddle. We did not ...
... blisters throbbing on our toes. Ugh. Guess that's what 30k does to your body. They hurt painfully already but mine are nothing compared to the other girls who have then on their heels and under their feet, as well. Gross. Time was slipping away and the others still hadn't returned. Two hours later and we were getting worried. The sun had set, it was dark, and they still weren't back. We began to worry. Our tour guide began walking along the road to send people to try ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility