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Repacked, re-organized and re-united with our extra 200 pounds of luggage, some more goodbyes to folks from our last leg of the Nomad trip, and off to the airport to start the next adventure. Two weeks in Malawi.
We were kindly met at the airport by John and Joanna from the Impact Malawi organization Vivian has been providing sponsorship to. Vivian will be spending time with them, while I have planned ...
The moment I arrived at Mabuya Camp I had unwittingly signed up to a Disney-funded theme park that had lulled me into a version of Africa where anything was possible, everything was convenient, everyone spoke english and every journey seemed almost bareable. It was with this in mind that I cursed my own stupidity, as I was jolted off my seat into a large tractor tyre that rested beside me for the seventh time in ten minutes.
I had feigned ...
... that had been stolen off his car a few days ago. He made it sound as if he was buying them back off the actualk people who stole them which sounded most forgiving to me but this may not have been what he meant.
As I sat waiting for him I was offered a plethora of goods that I would struggle to find at a giant out of town Asda, assuming that Asda haven’t miraculously started stocking pirate Nollywood DVDs….
Sorry again for the long silence. We had difficulties connecting to the Internet at Garden's Gate. This was resolved today (Saturday).
Our flights on Kenya Airways jets from Kisumu to Nairobi (one hour) and then Nairobi to Lilongwe (two hours) were both enjoyable but uneventful. We were met at the airport by Martin Scholz and Michele Clarkl, Garden's Gate Founder.
Several photographs are included ...
Very little memories of the last rest day in Lilongwe, Malawi as I type this up nearly a week later sat in my hotel room on a very comfy bed in Lusaka, Zambia. There's been a lot of water under the bridge since then - literally as rained on and off this last week.....
Walked down the hill to the shopping mall with some of the other riders, hit the supermarket for snacks, goodies and essentials - like more chocolate for me to feed Alex ...