Girassol Lichinga Hotel
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Saturday, August 29, 2015
When we went to bed the previous night, it was a hot, muggy evening. We awoke at 5 a.m. to 30mph winds blowing our serene beach scenery all over the place. No rain, just weird winds, and loud surf that were gone after a couple of hours. We had opted for a cheaper chalet further away this time to save money and so we trekked along the beach (about 1 mile) to the restaurant talking to the local fishermen sewing their nets, ...
Friday, August 28, 2015
This morning began with a visit from Faktor Mbewe, Jan's former houseboy in Malawi, as well as Steve, Theresa, Stevie Jr. and Gift, who is Steve’s albino son who is thriving at Blantyre Secondary School. We were able to give the families much needed clothing, medications, household items, and soccer balls. Heidi and Rob, who have been sponsoring their six kids for school, gave out backpacks filled with school ...
Thursday, August 27, 2015
The mediation meeting was held at the Mpemba police outpost at 9:00 a.m. In attendance were 5 police officers, the Mwana Mission team, Francis's son, Hope, the chief’s daughter, Clossie, and her thug husband. For the next 30 minutes, we presented our documents heard the same ridiculous banter from her as well as her denying she ever threatened us, etc. You could tell the police were giving her the "what an idiot" glances ...
So after a quick trip to Zambia, I'm back on the beautiful Lake Malawi! This time I'm further south in a place called Cape Maclear. This is Malawi's biggest tourist spot. It has a row of hostels and bars along the beach but just behind this is a typical Malawian village. It is also the biggest fishing village in the country. Despite a lot of tourists being around, life pretty much carries on like everywhere ...
Today we drove to the southern tip of Lake Malawi, to a point called Cape McLear. Had we researched this a little more, we would have enjoyed spending a full day and an evening in this rustic, resort area. Unfortunately we had just enough time for lunch, and for me to set foot on the sandy beaches before the drive back to Mua Mission where we were to meet again with Father ...