- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... unless bring driven by our new friends to church or another destination. We had the same breakfast as the day before at the Word of Mouth Indian Restaurant. Today we added coffee and tea. We were told to be wary of dairy products, so we had decided not to whiten our tea or coffee unless it is with a powdered creamer (usually called tea whitener here) or in a sealed container like the little creamers we use back home. We've not seen the little sealed creamers ...
... for dinner. The menu was almost exclusively Indian food. We experimented and found we really enjoyed the food, though the atmosphere strongly smelled of curry and wood smoke. Before bed we learned that the Country Lodge has hot water problems - namely none of it! We hope it will be better tomorrow. The other interesting thing is that we felt that the bed was rock hard. Then we realized that it was because there was no mattress! ...
... Lifenet’s scholarship recipient who had graduated from his program, for its expansion deeper into the lot. The plans include creating a couple bedrooms where visitors, or members who cannot get home after functions, can stay. There are two bathrooms beside the building that are built except for plumbing and finishing work.
Sadly a few of the fruit trees had to go, but there will still be two mature mango trees, a large papaya and avocado tree on ...
... checked the place out and had decided to make the move the next day, but over dinner, revised this plan and moved in tonight (paid for two rooms, but what we saved at the other one would easily make up the difference).
Tomorrow I get to visit the village Impact Malawi is working in, and see the school house Vivian helped finance, and later I'll be meeting up with Lynn to go out to Thuma Reserve near ...
The moment I arrived at Mabuya Camp I had unwittingly signed up to a Disney-funded theme park that had lulled me into a version of Africa where anything was possible, everything was convenient, everyone spoke english and every journey seemed almost bareable. It was with this in mind that I cursed my own stupidity, as I was jolted off my seat into a large tractor tyre that rested beside me for the seventh time in ten minutes.
I had feigned ...