Devon Concar

Lichinga, Mozambique | Lodge
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A travel blog entry by dzasta on Aug 02, 2014

4 comments, 17 photos

... they would come back looking for me, and I know where they are going to stay tonight so I can always get a taxi there to meet them. Eventually they did come back.

I at Kande Beach on Lake Malawi and will be here for a couple of days so I have upgraded to a room. I have had a shower and washed my clothes so Im good to go again. I will prolly update this in a couple of days and post photos then.

Kande Beach is the usual tourist trap. just a beach on ...

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A travel blog entry by hilary.swan on Jul 16, 2014

... else take the spot light and be the boss, even though it was he organization, and she was one of the founders she did what she new was right vs. what was easy. It was also very interesting hearing her opinion on the butterfly space. As she had been living in the bay for the past few years she had seen the impact that having a constant rotation of volunteers had on the community. She shared with us that many of the teachers of the ...


A travel blog entry by lorrainemorris on Jul 15, 2014

... and up date my status on Facebook. We had a traditional meal of maize, meat, squash to which the girls had to serve the boys I ended up serving the knob of the group but enjoyed the meal, supposed to eat with fingers but I found a spoon so was much happier. Was in bed for 9 as we had an early start of 330 the following day to cover ...

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A travel blog entry by hilary.swan on Jul 15, 2014

3 photos

... a great learning experience for me as it reminded me that perhaps hiking is not my favourite pastime. I quickly learned that hiking with adults and a guide is quite a bit different then hiking with 12 10 year olds like I did out west last summer. Adults go a lot faster and play less games, and have fewer water breaks. Don't really know if I like this kind of hiking to be honest. I really like being able to take my time and stop to take pictures and such instead of being on a sprint to ...

I just found Heaven

A travel blog entry by hilary.swan on Jul 14, 2014

4 photos

... and we were on the road. Three hours later, with a view of lake Malawi on one side and mountains on the other we arrived into the town right next to the mountain and waited for "Magic Mountain Mike" to pick us up and bring us up to the mushroom. Let the puns start flowing... Despite what you may be thinking the mushroom farm is far from a hippie resort. In fact it may be the textbook definition of paradise. Any whom as we waited for our friend mike to pick us up, we ...