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... time. Unfortunately, but understandably, by afternoon the atmosphere changes and you are swamped by people trying to sell you bracelets, carvings and trips. The scenery is beautiful but actually there are a lot nicer spots along the lake and I'm looking forward to getting back to the more rural areas (although electricity, cheese and meat have been appreciated) where the atmosphere is friendlier and more ...
... area. The Scott, Livingstone stopped here at some point in his much talked about period of exploration and he tried to talk the Arab slave trader, Jumbe, to re-align his business model and diversify his portfolio to something that left a lesser imprint of human-suffering. Unfortunately the words fell on deaf ears and Jumbe continued to transport Chewe slaves across the lake to Mozambique where they were forced to march across miles and miles ...
... a few yards from here. The neat balcony outside offered a view out onto the water, although it was too dark to see it and I had to ask the barman if that what I was looking at. Whilst I waited for my pizza, the menu said to ‘please allow one hour preparation time’, the owner of the inn came to courteously greet me. A proud-looking South African with the grey hair and lightly weathered face of experience introduced me with that razor ...
... had covered the patio and with the bit of a breeze from the lake it was nice.
Michelle and Gracious' wife, Loney Mpilangwe, held a meeting for about an hour for the women. It is difficult because of the cost and distance to have women's conferences on any regular basis. I attended (at Michelle's request) to help moderate and answer any questions. That evening they held a dance on the same patio.
We had a small miracle on ...
... 10min about paying in local currency or US$. He had told us they take US$ and they did so we were trying not to change to local and back again. The point wasn't the currency exchange it was about the different prices. Another epic fail
There was a village tour and the cost was $10 but everyone was told to take money for a donation to the hospital and a donation to the school. I declined. The people who went said it was expensive and nothing special.
After a couple ...