Girassol Lichinga Hotel
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Breakfast at 7.30am and the off to explore the island on quad bikes. Five quads, one for Peter meant that Karen and kick had to double on a bigger one. About 300 metres in Gail took a sudden turn off the road into a field. The bike would not do as it was told. Another near death experience. Got going again and Headed off along to a nursery school in need of support and handed out toys to the children who sang a song for us. Then we rode on and went to the ...
We decided that today was going to be a lazy day. It is Sunday so ther will not be much going on in the town. There is a workshop that can make clothes in a day but it is mist likely closed today.. After breakfast an a look at Karen and Mick,s lodge we had a look in the shop booked in a massage after lunch and spent the morning swimming and snorkelling. Steph went off ...
Finally I got to Likoma! Likoma is an island far out in Lake Malawi, in Mozambiquen waters but belonging to Malawi. Took me some extra time to get there due to difficulty getting a ferry, and because the Ilala(the main lake ferry) has just changed its schedule, I ended up having to stay for a whole week! It was incredibly nice to really relax by the beach and work on my tan, read a book, swim a lot and ...
Our last day was spent at Cape Maclear, a small resort town on Lake Malawi. Lake Malawi is a large freshwater lake -- greater surface area than Lake Erie -- bordered by Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania. It is home to more different species of fish than any other lake in the world, and, indeed, fishing appeared to be the main occupation in the town. The locals used canoes equipped with lights to fish at night. The lights attracted small fish by the thousands into large ...
Our last day on the project. The school was not finished, nor had we expected it to be. The walls were now high enough to add the ring beam, a concrete band that will sit atop the brick wall and reinforce the walls. The band will have to dry for a week before the remaining bricks can be added on top so that the walls can taper to the roofline. The hired workmen will continue to work on the ...