Danforth Yachting

Address: Cape Maclear Road, Cape Maclear, Lake Malawi National Park, Malawi | 4 star lodge
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This 4 star lodge, located on Cape Maclear Road, Cape Maclear, is near Mount Mulanje.
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    Quick stop!

    A travel blog entry by neongreenfruit on Jun 29, 2015

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    So this is a "non-stop flight" where we stopped on the way haha! We made a stop in Lilongwe, Malawi! Just another city to add to my list! We got to watch them clean the plane! And re-fuel! Then the next set of passengers joined the plane and we are ...

    Long Way to Lilongwe

    A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on May 25, 2015

    ... given me a few variables to play about with. As it turns out, my card worked fine ‘downtown’ - if you could call it that. Lilongwe looked like a leafy African suburb but with horrendous traffic jams. The driver told me he would take a short cut passed the International Aids Clinic, a bit of a sobering sight but having read up on my temporary nation of residence, the infection figure runs at around 15% of ...

    Great excitement in Dedza this morning.

    A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Mar 16, 2015

    ... teachers and for this they receive some extra privilege. There is also a prison guard who is a teacher; he is also the prison chaplain. The focus of the prison is clearly about rehabilitation where possible rather than punishment. Until a recent extension was built to the men's prison, nearly 500 men were confined to a very small area indeed. The extension must have made a huge difference to the prison conditions. Outside the prison walls there ...

    Lilongwe to Nkhota Bay

    A travel blog entry by n6tk on Jan 22, 2015

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    A stack of firewood or hand of bananas is easy but what about balancing a ten gallon tub of water or a bundle of brooms on your head? My favourite balancing act is the guy on the bike with two pairs of rods rising about six feet behind the seat and filled with large chunks of firewood. You have to use your noggin to carry things when the only transportation is feet and bicycles. Malawi, "the poorest country in Africa" has a tough go of it. A life expectancy of 55, only ...

    Lake Malawi = lake of stars

    A travel blog entry by lamalima on Oct 08, 2014

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    ... the shore, so in the early morning we heard chanting - the village seeing off 3 boats to go to the island to collect wood. And in the evening they came back again chanting. Very simple but apparently happy life. Both our stomachs are doing a lot better by the way;-) So we are heading for dinner now! On Thursday Alan wanted to have a look at Monkey bay - the place we had often been in the earlier days. Before there had only been a sandy beach, on house, some tents. Today the ...