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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 ...
... they would come back looking for me, and I know where they are going to stay tonight so I can always get a taxi there to meet them. Eventually they did come back.
I at Kande Beach on Lake Malawi and will be here for a couple of days so I have upgraded to a room. I have had a shower and washed my clothes so Im good to go again. I will prolly update this in a couple of days and post photos then.
Kande Beach is the usual tourist trap. just a beach on ...
... to the local hospital, school, home of the tour guide, and a water well donated by a Swiss (I think) organization. At the hospital, we were given a tour by a young doctor who had returned to his village, despite rougher conditions compared to hospitals in the cities. He took us into the maternity ward, which I doubt the waiting mothers in prelabor appreciated much and then into the labor room which looked ...
... and involved filling in a form and getting a passport stamp. The Swiss and Koreans members of our group followed a more arduous process and had to pay $70 for a visa.
We eventually hit Chitimba camp which was on Lake Malawi and had a lovely beach incorporated in the camp. The site we stayed at was basic but had the compulsory bar! The sunset on the beach was stunning as we saw all sorts of strange cloud formations and lighting arrays.
... grow only in Southern Africa, Australia and Madegascar. The oldest is 6000 years old and 36m diameter. They have a thick silky smooth bark which helps them to hold the large amounts of water in their thick trunks. We were lucky to see them in full bloom with pretty white flowers, each flower lives for only one day and locals believe it is bad luck to pick them as it makes you more attractive to crocodiles.
After the next day’s drive we camped near ...