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Lake Malawi is Africa's third largest lake, but the crystal clear water and great beaches make it feel more like an inland ocean. With Mozambique beaches being our next destination, we decided to only make one stop on the lake. After two straight weeks of sleeping in our 4X6 ft tent, we decided to check into the nicest hotel in Senga Bay, Le …
... afternoon and caught 45 fish using these cane sticks.
After fishing we snorkelled and then went tomb stoning off the rocks.
I was assured that the water was very deep and totally safe.
When we got back to the beach Raj took me to see his grandmother and grandfather.
His mum had died 2 years earlier of Malaria and he has never seen his dad.
It was so sad but he seemed to be ok about it and was always smiling.
... story short, it was a scam.
The re entry stamp was only stamped for 3 days on purpose so when we leave, the person at the exit desk could give us hassle.
We ended up paying US$20 for them to stamp our passports with an exit stamp.
TIA - This is Africa !!!!!
I asked myself if I have now been involved in corruption, but I actually didn't drop the $20 on the floor directly, so no, I haven't.
... 29, 2013
We had to wake up at 4.00 in the morning to catch an early bus back to Lilongwe because we were running out of time and we had to start putting some wheels to our trip.
We had a really nice stay in Cape Maclear. The lake itself is not so nice but the islands around are really beautiful, especially for snorkeling or kayaking. I would recommend this place just if you have some spare time and want to chill out and do some small trips.
... a few names and then called two young boys on bikes that were supposed to give us a ride to one of the hotels. It was unbelievable. Each of them didnīt have more than 40 kilograms. We just sat behind them together with our huge bags (at least 70 kilograms in total) and let them make their money. We paid MK 200 to each of them even if the local price was somewhere else (MK 50-70 for a ride).
The third day of our journey we had breakfast in our hotel and left as soon ...