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... the town. We hope for the first option. We are disappointed, as am I as the hope of collecting my bag for the next 4 days fades fast. With no other option, we set out for another 7 hours of driving. I cram myself onto the seat to sleep, curling up in a position that I know will cost me the use of my neck for the next two days. What I didn't know then - and what massively puts my middle class problems in perspective - is that the ...
... in the box! Plus on this trip everywhere we stayed in Malawi and Tanzania give you eggs for breakfast. I’ve never eaten so many, I many start clucking soon.
We camped night in our rooftop saunas. It seemed a good (and sentimental) idea at the time. But it was humid and uncomfortable and I had a tent to myself, so I dread to think how Allen and Rach faired sharing theirs.
This morning was even hotter, humidity was 87%. I took a ...
... and everything that has happened to me here has changed me
in a way I can’t accurately describe. I am still the same person, just
brighter, and more aware. I feel so incredibly
lucky to have had an experience that has had this kind of effect on me. And I
did it completely for myself, and no one else. It was something I really wanted
to do, so I worked hard and made it happen, and it has been the most amazing
experience of my life. ...
... Seeing the auction and finding out how it all operates, taken down to the water and watching the fishermen pull in shore nets and holding a puffer fish which is surprisingly rubbery, like a child's bathtoy, poking into an ink sack removed from a squid and taking time to rinse it off in the ocean. Chris eventually takes us to the kitchens and helps us negotiate lunch - chapati, octopus, calamari and homemade chilli sauce (us trying not to think about the manner in which ...
... to see zebra, giraffe, impala and warthogs. We also passed through a hilly area that was filled with baobab trees which was pretty cool.
Surviving the Taxi Ride
We arrived in the night time to the bus station. We made friends with a lady sitting next to us who was kind enough to help us with the taxi. I had talked with people along the way to get the situation on taxis, because there are specific taxis that are the safest and can be ...
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