Gecko Lounge

Address: Chembe Villgae, Cape Maclear, Lake Malawi National Park, Malawi | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Chembe Villgae, Cape Maclear.
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    Travel Blogs from Cape Maclear

    A full moon and start of the FOT on Lake Malawi

    A travel blog entry by aaronkdean on Sep 27, 2015

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    ... to catch up on mail and make the Lilongwe entry in this blog since we now bought 100 Megabytes of internet service.

    The next day Cephas Chapamba of the Lilongwe congregation gave the sermonette, We had special music by the choir, and announcements by Malawi pastor Gracious Mpilongwi before I gave the sermon. The ladies bible study and seminar on the women's role in how to support your Husband was that afternoon after lunch led by Lonee ...

    Finding our feet

    A travel blog entry by hillston on Sep 17, 2015

    ... Saturday i have my first shift - whilst Joels is on Sunday. It's going to be a bit nerve wracking but I'm looking forward to getting into the swing of it! It promises to be a busy one....the Cape Maclear triathlon takes place this weekend with the Malawian army, U.S. Marines and a whole host of other people coming down to take part. Billy's has a team too - Joel will be doing the cycling leg! I'm sure we'll be seeing our fair share of heat exhaustion, dehydration and ...

    One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

    A travel blog entry by mwanamission on Aug 29, 2015

    ... no finished toys, they called their friends to come bring some small wooden cars, bikes and jeeps so Heidi and Jan could continue their tradition of shopping. It is very sad because so many of the very talented artisans we have been dealing with for years are now gone because there is not enough business to support them.

    We then stopped at Mpale Culture Village of museum of sorts that depicted a typical African village, but also had accommodations and ...

    Illogical Logic - 5 days and 4 border crossings

    A travel blog entry by amyanddave on Jun 20, 2015

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    ... leaving SA. Some borders may ask for it as a ploy for a bribe, however, the document is unnecessary. The claim is that these stamps, etc. prove a higher level of validity that in fact, you did not forge registration documents. Clearly, the police did not want to be left out of the donation wheel. Well, time ran out before we could obtain/forge this document. All our actual required documentation was in order: registration, Carnet, Passport, so off we went. Time to leave ...

    Fat Monkeys and White Worms

    A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Jun 03, 2015

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    A short, sweaty shuffle along the beach and I plonked my dusty bags and even dustier self down at the only construction that actually resembled a beach bar. The warm sand made up the floor of the bar which was a nice touch, the rest of the furniture was dark wood and a high table sat in the middle. The bar was well stocked and a few Malawians were eating burgers and fries, were they Malawians on holiday I wondered? The place didn't look like your ...