Sunbird Mzuzu Hotel
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... of time jumping over and climbing on. This is right up our street and we enjoyed the challenge of navigating our way around the island.
At one point I went to sit on a rock and put my feet in the water and look at the pretty fishes but my feet touched the slippery slime underneath and i flew in and found myself in a rocky maze and had to get pulled up, which was pretty embarrassing!
We lay sunbathing for a good forty minutes on a big ...
... on a wifi mission which went similarly to most, a painful and infuriating experience!
Feeling a bit weary and very very hot we decided we needed to jump in the lake to cool down and chill out. This was a great decision, being in the beautiful, cool lake on such a boiling day was bliss.
We spent hours, until almost sunset, in the water swimming and playing. Jack also taught me how to crawl properly and how to breath out under water, that bit was practise for snorkelling so ...
... BORDER? - The answer to this question is 'too bloody many.' We were so excited about Malawi, everyone had said it was so relaxed and easy. We were thinking, wow, how can this trip get any better? Unfortunately, our start in getting to Malawi was not a smooth one. From South Luangwa National Park we took a local bus that left at 5am. We were back in Chipata by 8am. The bus ticket collector told us that he had a friend who could drive us to the border. Great we thought. We ...
Hi everybody! Sorry it's taken me so long to upload anything here, but first of all it's hard to find a place with a good internetconnection here in Malawi, and second of all - it's really hard to figure out what to write!! So.. I started out with three nights in Lilongwe(Malawi) before I left for Mzuzu. I have been here for almost three weeks now, couchsurfing at a Finnish womans place. While in Lilongwe one of the waiterers at the restaurant at the ...
... back to the truck with a traditional Malawi wooden table! Matt was quite impressed with his bartering skills bringing the guy down from $150USD TO $45USD throwing in 3 beautifully carved animal necklaces. Where on earth were we going to store it, and how on earth were we going to eventually get this back to strict old New Zealand?! We had a long drive ahead of us (250km) to make our way to the other side of this wacky lake. ...