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... were getting ourselves into. Somehow we scraped a 3-3 draw, and scraped ourselves of the pitch as well since we had all melted like whitey snowmen in a forest fire. After we dragged ourselves home for our last night by lake Malawi, we returned to our beach cabin to find a fish hammered to our door with the words scribbled in poor handwriting 'you dint get fishin groop togeva. toneet you sleep wiv de fishes wite man'. I'm glad it's our last night. Zoe: Relaxing day ...
... as we walked towards the old town we also asked a couple of people: with the effect, that the information we received got more and more confusing! So we kept on walking with the midday sun getting stronger and my father getting more an more dizzy. We passed the old market which was quite busy but probably with more vendors than buying customers. At times we got a little tense because I could feel the envying ...
... final packing. We were going to
be flying from Llongwe, Malawi to Addis Abba, Ethiopia to Paris, France
and then on to Venice, Italy. Now for the step by step of this
journey. Our taxi arrived early to take us to the airport but did not
rush us to finish all we wanted to do. So, at 10:15 headed to the
airport. Got to the airport a little early and glad we did. Laura's
tickets all fine but ...
... drivers and money changers, but just happy to have made it at this point! This is where the real experience begins. My travels thus far have just been an extended journey to reach Malawi. A mad dash up north to Livingstonia tomorrow, then slowly working my way down the lake, staying at wherever takes my fancy. Maybe take a dhow across to Mozambique. No hurry. Sorry for the hurried update. Limited internet. Will try and keep this going when possible! Cheerio for ...
... is just minimal though.
The nice thing about travelling in Business Class is you never know who you meet! We met Mr Steve Lund who is one of the Founder of Nu Skin Enterprise and current Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors. He was very friendly as usual and came this time with his daughter and son-in-law!
At Lilongwe, we were greeted by Brent Goddard & staff from Ulendo Travel. Gavin & Doris had a ...