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To Salima to finalize LifeNets prenatal clinic

A travel blog entry by victorkubik

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... certified practitioner to run the clinic. Nester does not have the necessary qualification to do that. But, today we worked out a plan to finish the maternity ward, neonatal and "under five" building and have the operation start working. It will be called Thandiza LifeNets Clinic. "Thandiza" means "I've been helped." That's what Nester wants to call it. We stayed out at the clinic through ...

Malawi - Cape Maclear

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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Day 1: November 27, 2013

In Lilongwe we stayed at Mustafa Camp where we left our backpacks in order to travel light to Cape Maclear.

In the morning we went to the bus station to try to get an Axa Bus, which is supposed to be a little bit better, but unluckily when we arrived it had already departed. Finally we had to take the National Bus Company which is a 5-row seat bus without reclining seats. We finally departed at 11.00. This bus was ...

Malawi - Livingstonia

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... by policemen several times. During one of the controls the policemen revealed the bus company was smuggling perfumes. They took all of them :) We had a few stops on the way to Mbeya. In the end we arrived at 1.00 in the morning. We found a very ****** guest house where we decided to sleep for a few hours and continue in our trip the next day. It was officially the worst place we had ever stayed but we thought it was just for a few hours.

The next day we woke up ...

Livingstonia

A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen

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... lodge was recently bought by an American couple and is being run by their kids who I am guessing are in their early 30s, Maddie and Cameron. The meals that they prepared were delicious and the other visitors people who were there were great. There was a British law student who took a year off to travel, some Dutch medical residents, a couple British guys one who works in Malawi and another who is a teacher in London, a fellow from New Zealand who has been ...

Cape Maclear - Lake Malawi National Park

A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen

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After over a week I finally made it to Lake Malawi! Cape Maclear is located on the southern end of the lake, which is the 3rd largest lake in Africa and has more fish species than any other inland body of water in the world (over 600 species). It provided an interesting village atmosphere, relaxing beaches and an opportunity to learn how to scuba dive. I spent a total of 4 nights here which was a nice change of pace from the constant moving around I had ...

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