Hostellerie de France

Address: Glyn Jones Chilomoni Ring Road, Blantyre, PB 246 BT, Malawi | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Glyn Jones Chilomoni Ring Road, Blantyre.
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      South to Huntingdon Lodge

      A travel blog entry by n6tk on Jan 26, 2015

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... a few miles away which is not as nice but it is charming, complete with a beautiful view of the lake and dozens of monkeys. They come down from the hills every afternoon and hang out. Some of them were in a small playground but weren't really good at making things work. One of the staff said there were baboons that turn up at sunrise but I got up to see them and they were a noshow. Maybe it was because I was afraid to venture too far from the veranda with a group ...

      Time travel

      A travel blog entry by andrea.reber.14 on Dec 03, 2014

      4 photos

      Yesterday I visited the Teacher Training College in Chilangoma, one hour away from
      Blantyre, where I volunteered 6 months in 2004.

      I couldn’t
      believe what my eyes saw! When I left the place ten years ago, it was a small
      college with 32 students in the middle of the bush, there was no electricity
      and no running water. Now it is a big campus with about 200 students, they
      added so many nice buildings (it is easy to get lost!) and the trees ...

      Afternoon tea with hospital matrons

      A travel blog entry by joniswanderlust on Oct 20, 2014

      3 photos

      The British colonized Malawi and even though the country is
      now independent remnants of Britain remains. One key remnant visible all over
      the country is teatime. It is very common for people to stop and have tea in
      the middle of the day. I’ve been offered tea at people homes in the early
      evening hours on many occasions. Today I was at the hospital doing some work
      when I went to discuss some items with my mentor Matron Mwasigala ...

      My Malawian Boo pt. 3

      A travel blog entry by joniswanderlust on Oct 18, 2014

      ... I ask? That’s when I went. Apparently, Mibawa is a local spot where men pick up prostitutes or the local *****s. The first time I go out in Malawi and I go to a "***** house" hilarious. Well, I had fun and you only live once. It all makes so much sense now, why the men were so eager to spend their money on us. Apparently, men spend up to 20,000 kwacha on women for services at Mibawa. Who ...

      Malawian Entertainment

      A travel blog entry by joniswanderlust on Oct 11, 2014

      11 photos

      ... and he leaves. I order chips (French fries) and head inside to listen to the music while I wait for my chips to be cooked. While inside 2 guys from the football team enter checking out the women in the room. I notice them deciding between my housemate and I and two other young women on the opposite side of the room. They decide to join us. We chat eat and have a good time, it is very clear that these men approached us for more than conversation, so my housemate ...