Madidi Lodge

Address: 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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      Day 80: becoming a boat captain

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 22, 2014


      Andy: All day today I had people coming up to me saying 'Andy, they want you down by the boat shack' or 'Andy, why are several dreadlocked men shouting your name all the time and why do you turn in the opposite direction when it happens?'. For some reason I had agreed to get a group of 8 people together for a boating trip to the islands. I don't know how I agreed to this, or why, considering I find fishing about as exciting as Athletes foot and couldn't get 8 people ...

      Last hours in Malawi

      A travel blog entry by lamalima on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... those 40 years => so Alan is going to read it now as we will have a lot of time at all the airports (in Lilongwe, Nairobi). We should be touching ground in Switzerland tomorrow morning at around 6:30. And then off to work I will go - that will be kind of an extreme change in scenery, culture, climate, ... I hope it want be a too big shock! But looking very much forward to seeing you all again soon! Safe travels and big hug, ...

      Out of Africa

      A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Aug 14, 2014

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      ... When you
      arrive by train and walk outside..............."

      Well, we did
      not arrive that way. A little backstory to our arrival. We spent two
      nights at Mabuya Camp in Zambia before we flew to Venice. We had some hassles at the Lilongwe Airport.

      We were going to be flying with Easy Jet, an inexpensive flight but you are limited
      on what you can carry without being charged extra. ...

      The saga continues

      A travel blog entry by harryandrews on Aug 12, 2014

      ... Camara, a charity with whom I am hoping to team up to deliver some proper IT expertise to Grootberg. A useful trip which will hopefully yield results in the long run. Also visited the Lilayi Elephant Sanctuary, where I had originally planned to volunteer before the opportunity at Erwee arose. Very sweet little elephants. A shame I couldn't work with them, but timings and costs just made it impractical. 14 hour journey across the border to Lilongwe. Fleeced ...

      A school with a mission to change the nation

      A travel blog entry by seleniumchai on Aug 05, 2014

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      ... thinking and action in this work here, and also of the Malawian people who never let down those who helped them.

      Dinner at Le Mediterranean Restaurant.

      Once again Nu Skin treated us to a beautiful home restaurant that seem to transport us to Italy.

      We met James "Bud" Eaton who is Director of Feed the Children who briefed us on their program n how they distribute the VitaMeal.