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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Madidi Lodge Lilongwe
Travel Blogs from Lilongwe
... money admission was granted quite readily. However, Alex, from Switzerland had the most problem, but nothing even a little more money (and persuasion by our guide Prosper) couldn't solve. This did, however, result in a two hour delay in our travels. On the upside, the roads in Malawi were a little smoother and we made fairly good time to our campsite just outside of Lilongwe (in fact quite close to the villages where Impact Malawi is doing ...
... on the railway. It seems that since that time, through hard work and smart investments, Saleem’s family has accumulated some wealth. Saleem indicated that within the Muslim community he is involved in charity work, and he has also been quite supportive of Impact Malawi’s endeavors, and has become a good friend of John and Joanna’s.
Last Friday, Vivian and I first had ...
... I was in good company - kind of. I have a love-hate relationship with backpacker havens. Sometimes they are the most refreshing thing in the world and this usually follows a prolonged period of solo travelling and either not speaking or struggling to a) speak the local dialect b) speak english to the locals. When you have just arrived somewhere new that is not in Australia, America or ...
... money. Mike and Mark then went off to the local Spar supermarket - looked very smart, but I’d seen the ominous grey sky and thought I’d get to camp as soon as possible - about another 5km away.
We are now cycling on the Great Eastern Road through Zambia - at the far end of Chipata the orange flagging tape showed me where to turn off to the right - another couple of km along here - caught up by David Snell, Laura and Will just before we had to ...
... discrepancies etc.
Did fall asleep eventually about 2.30am - woke up before the alarm went off as usual - saw the clock said 4.30am so turned the alarm off (set for 4.40am) and got up and didn't bother about any noise etc - then suddenly realised no noises coming from any of theatre tents - then remembered that my alarm clock was still on Tanzanian time and was actually 3.30am and not 4.30am - was half dressed in my cycle gear by now - so ...