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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    Travel Blogs from Blantyre

    We are here!!!

    A travel blog entry by nagelsinmalawi on Mar 06, 2015

    3 photos

    We spent 19 hours on a plane. We had not slept for over 30 hours. When we arrived at the Blantyre Airport they scanned our faces to make sure we did not have Ebola. The people are so friendly and kind. We had supper at a missionary couples home. Our friends are taking such good care of us. Malawi is so lush. We spent yesterday recuperating. We went for supper at some need greater. The need greaters are taking us to a game park today. More pictures to ...

    South to Huntingdon Lodge

    A travel blog entry by n6tk on Jan 26, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    The sat phone doesn't work really well so when Thom tried to make a reservation with Club Makakola, down the south end of the lake he ended up yelling DO YOU HAVE ANY ROOMS, YES OR NO. The answer was yes so we jump in the plane, fly down and land on the air strip just out their back door. We're met by a nice man who tells us they are closed because they don't have a kitchen right now. Different guy from the one on the phone, obviously. But not to worry, he takes us to ...

    Time travel

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

    4 photos

    ... such a long
    time! They have changed not as much as the place (only their position ;-) . I
    met also Iben, the project leader. She is still there and she is still doing an
    amazing job. She can be really very proud of what she has reached in all this
    years.

    So my dear
    friends, if you have ever worked in a project in Africa or anywhere else I can just advice you to go back
    and see your friends again!!! It is so amazing, for sure I will do it again!

    ...

    Afternoon tea with hospital matrons

    A travel blog entry by joniswanderlust on Oct 20, 2014

    3 photos

    ... some tea. Come Joni let’s go next door and take
    tea” I walk with her to the other matron’s office next door and there is a tray
    of tea, milk, ground nuts (peanuts) cheese sandwiches and a thermos of hot
    water. Teatime is never just tea; it’s practically a mini meal. As we are
    eating and chatting, I learn that today is the other matron’s birthday and she
    has a cake her sister sent down from Lilongwe. She ...

    Research or Tourism?

    A travel blog entry by joniswanderlust on Oct 15, 2014

    ... director of my second study site. I hope to have the letter soon as the director has agreed to write the letter but soon here in Malawi is several weeks. So I am planning to begin early November, here’s hoping I get approval by then. Since by the time I get started I would have lost at least a month of data collection I will need to extend my stay to ensure ...