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... as he continued to wave. While driving, he turned to me and asked if we could make a 10-15min pitstop. I said sure, and before I knew it, I found myself smack in the middle of a Malawian funeral. I was the only foreigner there, and was underdressed in a t-shirt and shorts. Malawians find the latter amusing since only young boys wear shorts. Needless to say, I got some amusing looks. Life and death is unique in every culture, especially in this continent. It was a catholic ...
... to the machine. Kip agreed that he would stop so that those who didn't find it could get money out. Unfortunately he forgot to mention that Saturday is half day and the Standard bank to get our money was undergoing repairs to their ATM's. After 20 minutes walking up and down the road we were told 'your on your own'. Great so 2 nights with less than 20,000 for food drink and optional activities. Lunch today was at ...
... in Malawi!!
(Maybe she has a bit of princess in her then!!) It was great to meet
Nom and find out more about Malawi, hopefully we will meet again,
maybe in London???
The next day we headed to Cape Maclear,
this ended up taking all day!! Malawian transport is so slow and
frustrating!!!!!!!!! Anyhow, we got there safe and sound but very
tired. We pitched up not feeling too impressed with the campsite, Fat
Monkeys. With this, ...
Derek, Annika and Bryan were having a braii on the beach and invited us to join them. We figured they would not eat until late and so said we would join them after dinner. Nice grilled chicken, salad and potato salad.
Joined the group on the beach who were just getting started with their fire. Had a great time visiting with them, laughing and talking about all manner of things. Once they got the fire going and it had burned down, they ...
... for Robert because there is a rudder on this boat and the pedals do take up some of his space.
While we were paddling over to Dombe island, we saw some monkey's in the tree that did not look quite like vervet monkeys. Their coloration was darker. We found out later they are samango monkey's. Our wildlife book says this monkey rarely goes to the ground. We did see them on some rocks that were close to the limbs of the tree.
Found a ...