Protea Hotel Ryalls
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... eating apes on the loose.
Our next stop was Huntingdon Lodge, a lovely old family home set in a tea plantation, or garden as they call it. When we landed on their airstrip someone turned up and drove us the couple of miles to the house. Apart from square miles of tea plants there's coffee, some stands of trees, a tea factory and around the house a few gardens. I have a hydrangea bush. They have a few small fields of them. I walked for hours around the estate ...
are now huge! It is so green, there are gardens, orchards and the water taps
are found everywhere, so nobody has to pump and carry the water anymore. Every
room is equipped with computers, the room with the server is cooled down and in
some areas you have wireless internet. In the DI house they cannot only enjoy
showers and a flushing toilet, they have even a fridge and the possibility to
cook! As I said, I couldn’t believe what I’ve ...
... br> matron for the maternity department. We discussed many things 80% of them had
nothing to do with my work but Malawians appreciate fellowship and women love a
While chatting and lounging around (it sometimes makes me wonder if they ever
work, but they do – life is just different here, no one rushes not even in the
hospital) she looks at her watch and notices its half past one. Oh she
exclaims, it’s time ...
Its officially 3 weeks since I've arrived in Malawi and I have not begun my research. Why? I’ve been delayed by the local IRB. Fortunately, I recently received a letter granting me conditional acceptance however, I cannot begin my study until full approval has been granted. Full approval will be granted once the IRB receives a letter supporting my research from ...
... not his real name) where is your wife? My wife? I don’t have one. Really? You’re not married. No, he says waving his hand. His friend Moses (his real name) says tells the truth. He confesses, she’s at home. Why is she not here we ask, she’s pregnant he responds. Oh ok we respond as we reflect on the sad reality that this is the norm here in Malawi. Sean continues, don’t worry. My wife is okay with this, this is how we do in Malawi. If ...