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Travel Blogs from Lilongwe
... where I would be staying at Hakuna Matata, a camping site with dorms that apparently was run by a South African character named Willie. As I wandered down the dirt road towards the entrance, I experienced the ever-familiar backpackers worry, one that's characterized by sincerely hoping that you haven't made a huge mistake my selecting this particular place to stay. Fortunately, the older bearded gentleman that met me at the gate greeted me ...
... Jasmine and Mrs Phiri which reduced us both to tears. I had time for a few last cuddles with my beautiful babies then had to say goodbye. I've left a large chunk of my heart here, but I know I'll be back to collect it sooner rather than later. Jasmine dropped me into the bus station and I boarded the coach to Lilongwe. I was reminded of the level of religious belief here as we were reminded to pray to ...
... in a hurry. Long of the short, the past few months traveling across Uganda-Rwanda-Burundi-Tanzania-Malawi has been both hectic and rewarding and now that I am in one place with electricity and internet, I can finally give another update. Here are some moments to share:
- Uganda and Gorillas in the Mist: Now if there is a country that I would move to at a drop of a hat in east Africa then it would be Uganda aka. The Pearl of Africa. Love ...
... of town to walk to things from. Great playground area for kids with an old safari jeep out by the restaurant. Awesome help from the Safari bookings guy arranging things for our trip to Livingstone and Victoria Falls. Beautiful place. Have a look.
Things don't happen in Malawi as easily and as quickly as we are used to in our "Western World." Things like banking, travel arrangements, shopping... etc, take a bit more time, patience and ingenuity.
... w/ chicken orange and greens
-played with jump ropes, bubbles, balls
-gave them their books
-Jesus skit, skid, 3 bible verses
-hand wreath craft
-worship and dancing
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