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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Likoma Island
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 …
Last breakfast on Likoma and off to airstrip at 9.15am. 1 hour to Lilongwe then 2 hours to joburg. Met by Stefanie at hotel, checked in and rested before having dinner and laughs at Spurs again.
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 …
... prepared all but two of our suppers and their food was excellent. The first exception was a pot of small silvery fish purchased from the local fishermen for all of R3 cooked with locally purchased rice, another R3, and fried pepper, garlic and onions with a packet of instant tomato soup for a meal that was extremely 'fishy' and perhaps, by not removing the heads, bitter and a little crunchy. I learned later that the locals prepare the fish almost identically, but either by ...
... to Winchester Cathedral in the UK, over 100 feet long and 25 feet wide. We were very lucky to have been given a tour by Father Dominic, he showed us some of the highlights including a cross made from the Zambian tree where the famous explorer David Livingston's heart is buried. To see one of Malawi's most famous buildings was amazing, but even more amazing was to imagine the sheer determination of the missionaries to share their faith by building such a ...