Sunbird Livingstonia Beach

Address: Senga Bay, Salima, Malawi | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Senga Bay, Salima.
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      Time for the history lesson..

      A travel blog entry by katrine-t on Dec 11, 2014

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      ... pictures) but what amazed me was the fact that the paintings are as old as 2000 (white) and 10 000 (red) years old! The white paintings are from the Chewa people, which are the ancestors to the people in central and southern Malawi and southeast of Zambia. The red paintings are from the pygmies 'the short people'. According to my guide back in time the Chewa and the pygmies fought, and the Chewa people chased the pygmies out of Malawi. He told me that the pygmies are a ...

      Cape Maclear

      A travel blog entry by katrine-t on Nov 22, 2014

      40 photos

      ... and culture while swimming and of course working on my tan! I haven't been on the lazy side every day though! I have been kayaking to the island we can see from the beach, where I went snorkeling in some amazingly clear water and got to see loads of different fish, some of which reminded me a lot of the fish we used to have in our aquarium when I was a kid. I went on a boat trip to Mambo, an secluded island a bit further out. It has one logde who leases the whole island ...

      The rest of Malawi ..

      A travel blog entry by katrine-t on Nov 15, 2014

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      ... go there, but since there is no predators or large dangerous animals in the park it is completely save to bike around in the park by your self. So around four o'clock in the evening, I rented a bike and went for an unforgettable bikeride. I went biking around in the park looking for all the different animals, and ended the evening at the sunsetdeck where I watched the sun set over the mountains behind the park's small lake. It was such a great experience that I went ...

      Malawi part 3: cape maclear

      A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... like bug flew under the table and into their legs. I immediately took off my flip flops, pounced at the bug and smashed it to smithereens. Soon the owner of the restaurant showed up and and inspected the smashed bug and declared it wasn't a cockroach but some other mystery bug. In a flash, I went from zero to cockroach killing hero, right back to wanton bug exterminating zero. The owner decided it was her duty to then give a long lecture about the types of spiders in this part of ...

      Day 26 day 21 of Africa trip Livingstone

      A travel blog entry by doddy17 on Sep 28, 2014

      The morning involved getting a taxi to the royal Livingstone hotel to get a speed boat to Livingstone island and the famous Devils Pools. Our guide shows us the toilet with a view which i go into for stu to take a photo, he cant quite get the falls into shot. We then get to see the Falls at close range with a photo shoot on the edge with sights of double rainbows where the sun hots the water. we are then informed to swim to the edge of the pools, something that i ...