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Got to Mabuya camp and found our A-frame Robert had reserved for us thankfully as we were both fairly exhausted. Had a minor crisis about water purifying because the crank one we have brought with us does require constant cranking for 90 seconds. We then switched to the Katydn system which allowed us to make water for the time we would be there.
Had a short nap, ordered some samosas then more nap and put in an ...
Our first FULL day in Malawi! We woke up around 7:30am (1:30pm in America) had our morning meeting, and went to breakfast together. We learned about cultural immersion day and what village we would be visiting. The 16 of us were split into groups of 2 and had a translator that worked with us for the day. The village we were doing cultural immersion at, Chirombo (pronounced Cho-lom-bo), was about an hour away. I ...
... Chipata – east near the Malawian border – was quite the experience. The seats seemed to be made for people either lacking arms or with no desire to move their arms for hours at a time. I overcame this particular issue by hooking my right arm out the window thus gaining some much valued shoulder room. That only became uncomfortable after, oh, five minutes, so that was good for a 10 hour bus ride. Not having air conditioning didn’t really ...
... rowdiness and a bit of a love quadrangle with some members of our group kept us amused for hours. Vikki was particularly thrilled when a gecko scaled the wall and clamped its jaws around a moth right next to her head - a little reminder of the circle of life that she could well do without!
We crawled to bed just after 2am hoping that the ant spray had worked and there were no more fanged creatures waiting to ...
... Realising I was alive and in one piece I turned to see Jonathon next to me moving in the dust, as this dust settled I could see he was also in one piece and I yelled asking if he was OK, he was holding his head but looked at me and said something in Hebrew, he was OK if not a little beaten up, it was after this I turned to see Michael in the back seat. I must say that flipping a Landy is nothing on the emotions or adrenaline compared to turning to see your lifeless looking ...
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