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... 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 ...
... nothing special about it except it is in the middle of Africa and you don't see too many beaches around here.The usual young boys hounding you on the beach and the road outside the campground, but they are not as bad as some places I have been. they are selling the usual stuff like carvings and paintings. Also they advertise other activities like horse riding and sailing etc. The wind has been blowing quite hard while we have been here and picked up even harder in the night, ...
... like a torture chamber from a horror film. At the school, the principal met us to show us some classrooms, the library, and of course, likewise to the hospital, asked us for donations.
There are random times of the year that the village is suddenly and unexpectedly swarmed by these tiny tiny gnat like insects. It's so bad in some parts of town that it appears to be a foggy day. The ...
... day we opted to hike to Livingstonia – a little town on a large hill just off the Chitimba beach resort we were lodging at. The hike was advertised to be 32kms (16kms each way) and somewhat strangely for such as arduous hike all the younger Gen Yers were absent and the older Gen Xers in our group opted for the hike – Patrick (Poland), Jo (Australia), Yonik (South Korea), Terrie and John. The walk up was done at a fair pace and we managed ...
... After the next day’s drive we camped near Iringa at a farm owned and run for several generations by an English family who have tapped in to the increase in overland trucks travelling this route by building bungalows and a very rustic bar (with no electricity). They cooked us a banquet of beef which we ate at a long table by candlelight. We have introduced the pack of cards circuits to the group. GP was keen to do it every day for the rest of the trip but that ...