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... crowded, but fall is the low season, and the whole ebola thing is setting a huge break on the tourism even in Malawi. Luckily I wasn't completely alone though, I managed to find a few other travellers spread across the lodges, and I also got to know quite a few of the locals, especially the ones working at the lodge I was staying at. I learned the infamous Malawi bawo game (which doesn't look like is makes any sense in the beginning), and I actually managed to win a few rounds of ...
... was taken by the jetty, a small harbour; we couldn't even see the beach from the road. But apparently the times are over for the harbour again, because no real passenger boat calls in again. So a lot can change in 40 years. Rise and fall of... Out of one of the books I'm currently reading: Gegenwart: Jener Teil der Ewigkeit, der die Dämonen der Enttäuschung vom Reich der Hoffnung trennt. (Ambrose Bierce, aus Die Analphabetin, die rechnen konnte von Jonas ...
... god knows what hybrid which is generally coherent in the best circumstances. At times I've found myself straining my ears to shutter out the rest of the world as this Englishman sputters out an intriguing story, wondering to myself if we truly speak the same language. Amusingly, it occurred to me he'd probably face great difficulty understanding me if I'd spent my whole life in Singapore and spoke singlish (Singapore English) to him. But my accent has now become so ...
... a beach bungalow for Jess and I. This led to the first major bust up with Martyn, I just think he is being completely unreasonable, I shared with him last night, I'm not leaving Jess to share with him. He is so hard to communicate with because he is so indecisive and negative. I would admit if I was in the wrong but I honestly don't think I am. Had a good night in the bar, we got plenty of shots going on early and it went smoothly from there. For the first time had ...
... considering its the capital. It is spread out with an old town (where
we were staying) and the new town. The new town is basically banks
and parliament and the old town is the shops and restaurants. We
walked around for the day to pass some time and the most interesting
thing we came across was a massive complex with a hotel and
conference centre built, by the Chinese, which has never been used.
Very modern and grand but completely pointless ...
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