Sunbird Mount Soche
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... living conditions
have changed so much!
At least the food was still the same, but this time I enjoyed the nsima a lot.
I was told that the DI’s can choose between the maize and rice. That’s not
I was so
happy to meet 4 of the former students who are still living or working in the campus.
Now they are group teachers, supervisors and one is even the headmaster of the
college! What an amazing experience to talk to them ...
... some tea. Come Joni let’s go next door and take
tea” I walk with her to the other matron’s office next door and there is a tray
of tea, milk, ground nuts (peanuts) cheese sandwiches and a thermos of hot
water. Teatime is never just tea; it’s practically a mini meal. As we are
eating and chatting, I learn that today is the other matron’s birthday and she
has a cake her sister sent down from Lilongwe. She ...
... director of my second study site. I hope to have the letter soon as the director has agreed to write the letter but soon here in Malawi is several weeks. So I am planning to begin early November, here’s hoping I get approval by then. Since by the time I get started I would have lost at least a month of data collection I will need to extend my stay to ensure ...
... in here right now, she wouldn’t say anything because she can’t. Moses interjects, you see Sean has a visa for the night – he got permission to be out. We chat hang out and eat all treats of our table guests. The drunk man who approached me earlier joins our table, the men are his friends they play football together. We ask where is his wife, and he too denies, my housemate says I know you are married, I treated your wife at the hospital. He ...
So, the romance is still very much alive. I am still being pursued and oh, how he misses. He recently offered to cook Nsima for me (a porridge like starch often eaten with meat, beans or relish). I decline because the offer was at his home but flattered. The Chichewa lessons are still active and I am better at writing and reading than I am speaking. I need to practice speaking but ...