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Today we drove to the southern tip of Lake Malawi, to a point called Cape McLear. Had we researched this a little more, we would have enjoyed spending a full day and an evening in this rustic, resort area. Unfortunately we had just enough time for lunch, and for me to set foot on the sandy beaches before the drive back to Mua Mission where we were to meet again with Father ...
... faster than Carl could brew it. The music, again slightly disappointingly, was all western, but then again how many Malawian hits could I reel off? About as many western ones as it turned out. An inebriated truck full of sunburnt people rolled backed into Mabuya Camp and it was finally time to get under the mosquito net of eternal sleep.
... trying to sell it to one of the truck drivers coming past. Often you will see a small pile of say 6 or 7 ripe tomatoes for sale outside a house - nothing else just the small heap of tomatoes- who buys them? How often do they make a sale? Today saw someone t the side of the road as cycled into the city with two small puppies held out, one in each hand - waiting patiently to see if someone would feel sorry for them and stop and buy them - poor ...
... hit the road. Pretty sure Laura would soon be on her way and pass me. Or tailwinds or something. But nothing, was able to drift off into loving the ride. I rode past a school, must have been recess, as the kids were running to the road! So many! about 200 hundred? All smiling and yelling Mzugi! Hi! how are you? What's my name? Give me money? Where you go? How many more? just so amazing they just stood by the road. No chasing, no sticks, stones nothing but smiles. I swore ...
... was the coffee. I then walked back, calling in at a couple of the artist workshops that have set themselves up along the road to the pottery and buying a couple of pieces. The scenery is beautiful and there was lots to look at. On my way back I saw Chimwemwe who was driving by in her truck and she stopped to give me a lift back to the Lodge. I didn't have far left to walk and accepted the lift graciously. She then returned at 1pm to pick me up and take me ...