Sunbird Mzuzu Hotel
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Forgot to say yesterday - but I bloody won the Hill Time Trial yesterday - what a birthday present that was!!! - forget about the fact that Laura, and also Paige were on the truck and Cats, Trish and Savannah cycled past me on the way up (they're not being timed) - I did the climb in just over 2 hours, compared to well under an hour for the racers...... Were slower riders behind me so pleased that I wasn't ...
What a way to celebrate my 59th birthday - with an individual hill time trial up a bloody big hill...... Time started at the bottom, about 20km or so from camp. Absolutely poured down with rain last night - with plenty of thunder and lightening. So glad I'd treated myself to my little cabin as I listened to the torrential rain drumming away on the tin roof. A very well spent $26 for the two nights there. Adrian was spotted running with his ...
We met the lovely Maggie the owner of Flame Tree Guesthouse who once we'd dumped our bags drove us back to town to go to a cash machine as she was going anyway. We had some drinks in a nice coffee place called Mzuzu Coffee Den and walked back through the local food markets. Someone asked us if we wanted a backie on their bicycle that they'd fashioned a nice cushion on the back. It had a number plate that said GOD CAN 1! There were actually loads of these bike taxis ...
... a good arm work out as well. Not that my guns need it, they are pumpin from my jerry can duties.
Once we got to the island we kayaked around it and then tied them up on a buoy, the exit from the kayaks was less than graceful!
We swam a few metres to the island and jumped on the rocks, Jack slipped as he was climbing up and cut up his feetsies quite badly.
The island is basically just lots and lots of big rocks which we spent a ...
... have learnt this task is never easy with the normal barriers being the ATM won't accept MasterCard, the ATM won't have any money, the maximum money you can take out is tiny and then that none of the bureaux's have any dollars. On this occasion we faced all of these barriers and the stop was quite stressful and unsuccessful. Thankfully though Robert called the campsite and they had some dollars we could change for our local quacha so all was fine.
By the time we arrived at ...