Protea Hotel Ryalls
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Protea Hotel Ryalls Blantyre
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... I finished cleaning the house and got ready to go. I locked up, and we were on our way! (They came to get me in a Beit CURE Ambulance! Haha) when we got to Blantyre Airport they weren't checking in my flight yet, so I waited in line. I ended up being like the fourth person to get checked in. I made it through immigration and ...
Today was a Saturday. A LAZY Saturday! It was wonderful! I got up late, did laundry! And then just hung out! This evening Dave and Margie were invited to a Fourth of July party (American style) and brought me along! We are hotdogs, pasta salad, regular salad, and avocado! Very yummy! We also made s'mores! We played American Trivia! (Very funny!) Happy Fourth of July from ...
... houses. By. My. Self. I'm not sure how I feel about that yet. I'm currently blasting my Jesus Playlist so I feel safer (not that it's unsafe! It's in a compound with the Medical Director's house) Ok so I'm staying next door to the Medical Director's house (yes I spent the evening with them and am TOTALLY spacing on their names...) She let me borrow her computer to let Matt, Mom and Dad know I was safe (since Internet in my life has been non-existent the past few days) ...
... a few miles away which is not as nice but it is charming, complete with a beautiful view of the lake and dozens of monkeys. They come down from the hills every afternoon and hang out. Some of them were in a small playground but weren't really good at making things work. One of the staff said there were baboons that turn up at sunrise but I got up to see them and they were a noshow. Maybe it was because I was afraid to venture too far from the veranda with a group ...
... Most minibus conductors pack their bus like sardines to make the most money on a trip and the bus does not leave the depot until it is full. Patience is a skill you have to have in Malawi because no one is in a rush. My favorite minibus story happened when I was on my way home from the hospital. The bus that goes closest to my home stops at a hotel named Ryalls (however Malawians switch R and L so ...