Girassol Lichinga Hotel
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Meet Rita. She is 16, and attends secondary school. But as her family couldn't afford both the school fees and the uniform(which is mandatory in order to attend school), she only attends school on those days that her friend is not. She told me the uniform was 10 000 kwacha (150kr), but that she already had half of it, and would really appreciate if I could help her with the rest. In return she did my laundry. A few days after I first ...
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 ...
I was supposed to spend my last few weeks in Malawi exploring the south, but as I figured out I didn't want to do a three day hike up mount Mulanje, or hike across the Zomba plateu on my own(and I realized I didn't come to Africa to go hiking - i can do plenty of that at home), I figured I might as well just stay a while in Cape Maclear, enjoying what I love most about Malawi - the lake. And so I ended up staying there for two and a half weeks, soaking up the last bit of ...
The second week of November I finally packed my backpack and said goodbye to Milla, Joseph, Qita and all my other friends in Mzuzu, and left to see the rest of Malawi. During the last few months Mzuzu has become my home away from home, so it was very sad to leave and say goodbye for the last time! I headed straight for Kande Beach, where I spent three nights, enjoing the lake a littlebit more before heading to Salima and Kuti National Park. It is a relatively small park, not too ...