Taj Pamodzi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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After having finished my blog yesterday my home girls Emilie and cathlia showed up to say goodbye and we all talked about our highlights. On our way to bring them back we ran into an elephant right in front of the bathrooms. I could hardly believe how large it was, standing less than 50feet away from it on the ground gave me a brand new perspective. To avoid it We had to walk in front of the private homes, and through ...
... at the brand new Levy shopping Mall which had been recommended by Bronwyn Cowden, Lynn's daughter. We got our supplies at the very nice Foodlovers Market, however the Breens couldn't draw any money and were very frustrated as their Mastercards would not work. Whereas our Visa cards worked well at Barclays at Mazibuka.After filling up with diesel at 10.01 kwacha (About R15,50) a liter, we ...
Everything seems so easy and "normal." We feel great our body clocks are in alignment with the local time (which is the same as western Europe. We arrive at Lilongwe airport and see our plane....on yet another new airline, MALAWIAN! The countries we visit here have all had airlines go belly up....some with a couple different attempts. Our plane is a Bombadier something or other that is a jet prop.
Our flight is 1 hour and 10 minutes ...
... Surprisingly they stroll around a bit like a giant cat which is odd. I guess they learn from the best! The king! We could see wilder beast in the distance. They were too far away for a good photo opportunity which was a shame. We also saw zebras. Jane came up with a good quote 'zebras make me believe in god because otherwise how would that happen' meaning their black and white stripes. Strangely wilder beasts and zebras are actually cousins. That's something ...
... a Rotarian from the Bourne End and Cookham Rotary club. Thank you very much to him! The kids loved them! I recognised a few faces from last summer. One being President May, who was asking about Rachel! I said she wishes she could be here! We then visited their garden which they are very proud of! They began putting their gloves on and planting seeds with their gardening fork and shovel. Hard at work, I was impressed! It had a lot more in it since last summer. ...