Sunbird Mzuzu Hotel
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... after our fearless driver Matt put the petal to the metal (safely of coarse) we made it there 4 1/2 hours later. When we arrived I found my girls and got the grand tour of the butterfly place. Which is absolutely beautiful to say the least, we later headed over to Mioka for drinks and 4th of july celebrations. It is so much warmer here as we are closer to sea level. Loving the heat after a few cold weeks in lilongwe. Sending love your way ...
(Subtitle: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Became the Angelina Jolie of Sydney's Inner West) Malawi is one of the poorest countries in the world, with about 60% of its GDP comprised of aid donations. It's also known as one of the friendliest countries on earth - the warm heart of Africa. Despite its disadvantage, the country is beautiful. The vast majority of the land is covered by Lake Malawi- a body of fresh water so large that it's ...
... white sandy beach surround a beautiful fresh water lake. We are yet again pinching ourselves that we get to experience this amazing place. We were told we have a fancy dress party to look forward to tomorrow night and that we each have to buy an outfit for another member of the group. Adam draws Anthony's name from the hat (the tour driver) and I pick Eric. At the next town we stop to buy some water and snacks and set about finding funky outfits from the street ...
... One of the best things about the chalet was the view. The lake basically started under our chalet. We didn't need to make more than 30 steps to be able to swim in the lake. There was a small beach with several deckchairs belonging to our chalet. We felt like in a real paradise. The feeling that we weren't actually paying a lot made everything even better.
After lunch we went snorkeling for a while. Gonzalo gave me some basic tips and tricks so even I enjoyed it. The Lake ...
... result is a soft, sweeter--but not candy sweet--maize pieces in water.
I do know some men who kick some serious butt when it comes to gardening, and these families are always doing impressive and innovative work. Two of such families started an Appropriate Technology group with me. Work with what you have. After a week long workshop in Choma, my town and Provincial capital, my village counterpart and I went back home full of ideas, and he decided to start a ...
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