Protea Hotel Ryalls
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Malawi isn't a boring country. Look we got to the bars and clubs which don't just play African music but some pop and hip hop songs! ;)
I got my colleagues from UAE and Romania to try the escargots, and they love it! The Atmosphere (this restaurant which we waited more than an hour for our starters and main course, and missed our volcano choc …
Four and a half hours drive (there and back):
To Zomba Mountain
and then on to HippoView Lodge
on the Shire River.
On the way I thought of the
3 Little Pigs story -
It should have been created in Africa.
Tin shacks are not the norm here
as in South Africa.
Homes are made out
of straw and sticks
Home made bricks are seen in piles - everywhere.
The problem with this is that deforestation is taking place as fire ...
... our part to work on -
to ensure that Core Values impact our country.
The children in this school are being taught
to BECOME DISCIPLINED people.
This is not an easy task -
there are lots of discipline problems.
But the thing that has stuck me is the
and the BUILDING of CHARACTER.
The FOCUS of all the teachers is the SAME.
Same VISION, same HEART.
... paintings, besides all our clothes and packing materials, he honestly believed we would be sending at least 1-2 boxes home via air cargo. Never underestimate the power of Jan and Heidi to use every cubic inch of space available to perform a virtual miracle. This should be some type of modern parable on the foolishness of doubt in the human spirt. By 1 a.m., everything was done, weighed and ready for tomorrow’s flight ...
... for an evening Game Drive, which was certainly one of my highlights of the time that I have spent in Liwonde National Park so far. As we were driving around, we saw herds of elephant walking across the road, and they were making noises that I had never heard from real elephants before (not on TV). It was captivating to watch them! I also saw my first zebra on this drive; they were well camouflaged by the guides managed to find them. There were three standing about twenty meters from ...