Madidi Lodge

Area 9, no 367, Lilongwe, Malawi | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Area 9, no 367, Lilongwe.
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    Travel Blogs from Lilongwe

    Visiting the African childcare centres - CBCC

    A travel blog entry by seleniumchai on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... about 90 of them) being taught English and reciting to us. They have no chairs, tables, pencils or bags. They just come and learn and some even brought their younger sibling along.

    After lesson they were give hot Vitameal and it was really nice to hand to them and see them staring at us or some eating hungrily.

    Lunch at Burley Guest House
    Again we were transported to a beautiful European civilization with ...

    Vitameal Distribution & Plant Visit

    A travel blog entry by seleniumchai on Aug 04, 2014

    42 photos

    ... amp; June from the farm.
    As for soya bean they buy from farmers. The harvest is also once a year and when there is rainfall.

    Why maize? There are some nutrients lacking in the children. When blend with soya bean, the nutrients actually complement each other and the protein efficiency ration is brought up to 100% especially when eaten with lentils & vegetables.

    When children are not healthy their eyes are ...

    Culture baby

    A travel blog entry by hilary.swan on Jul 07, 2014

    2 photos

    ... seat was broken, therefore he was practically in my lap, a baby that had just had a major accident down the isle, someone outside trying to sell me a charred rat on a stick and Shania Twain "you're still the one" in concert, on full blast in the background. Nothing like public transportation, can hardly wait for the TZ adventures to begin I am sure by the end of this journey I will have enough stories to write an entire book. Love ...

    Cape Maclear World Heritage Site on Lake Malawi

    A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Jul 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... them know we were not interested in chips(fries) and to give us veggies instead. Did pretty good most of the time. They also had a starter which often was just another veggie but we did have their version of nachos, and one time a delicious salad with fish bites.

    At dinner we met a couple that live in Blantyre and he work for the UN in Industrial Development. They were quite nice and we did some visiting with them. We also met ...

    Lilongwe 101

    A travel blog entry by hilary.swan on Jun 24, 2014

    ... homes. They also have grocery stores similar to the Superstore and Zehres back home called Chipeacku Plus or Shoprite, that provide us with everything from dairy milk chocolate, pasta, avocados, fresh baked bread, or even chicken and chips to go similar to back home. I could really go on forever about some of the impressions I had before hand and the actual reality however I will save that for another day when I don't have much to talk about. Thats all for now folks. Peace and love ...