Sunbird Mzuzu Hotel
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... where we tried to stock up at the Shoprite. Visa was offline, and it took nearly an hour to pay for our basket load of food.
Malawi is an incredibly poor country and relies heavily on foreign aid. There are various aid organisations that work here, one of which collects second hand clothing in the EU and US for distribution in ...
... villages, it reminded me of how much I have to see before leaving this beautiful country. It was really interesting to see the difference in building as we moved more north, instead of the usual brick buildings and architecture that I had become accustom too, I was now surrounded by wooden shacks and bamboo huts. Also the flat ground and and dirt roads had became windy bumpy rocky roads that were slightly terrifying to travel to say the ...
... had a bit of relax time in the afternoon we
headed back to the dive centre for 5pm. Here Shaun and I kitted up
and headed on the boat to the dive spot, just in time before the
sunset (so we could still see what we were doing!). Once we did our
buddy checks it was time to head into the dark and eery waters. What
a strange experience it was, with only a torch in your hand it felt
so dark. At times Shaun and I would get disorientated, one 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 ...
... the lake. We spend the next couple of days sunbathing on the lakeshore and swimming in the lake. By complete chance we met two other girls from Cardiff in mayoka and went on a boat trip with them. On the trip we took a boat round to a small beach and fed the fish eagles and went rock jumping on the way. Once on the beach we played traditional games with the local people. After 5 days in Nkhata bay we got a long bus to Lilongwe, the capital of ...