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... a shower with water pressure, cold drinks, delicious food, a toilet seat that didn't slip each time I sat on it! But even as I luxuriated in these rediscovered wonders of modern life, I thought about the villagers. After all, throughout our trip I did have a shower, I did have clean water to drink, I did have enough to eat, I did have a toilet on which to sit. To what do I owe the great good fortune that I was born where I was?
Tomorrow we begin the long trek ...
Though I enjoyed the festival, I never felt comfortable at the cottage. If there's one thing traveling has taught me, it's how to squirrel myself out of a bad situation. I decided to make my way to cape maclear, which is a backpacking Mecca by the shores of lake malawi roughly 130km away from the cottage. I got a lift to the junction right outside the festival, where i stuck my thumb out for a minibus. To my surprise, a nice SUV pulled up. The driver introduced himself as G ...
Awake at 4.38 in desperate need if a toilet I arose to spot 4 other trunks betwee me and where I thought the toilet block was. The loud sound of the lake kept me and everyone else awake so breKfast was on time got a change. A 7am leave meant we left after half 7. Our first view stop overlooking the lake wa disappointing due to the sun but a couple of kids came to say 'Jambo' within 10 minutes there were around 15 ...
... for a real good chat with Jarred, he is a top guy (even if he doesn't stand a round!). He really loves Cassie and loves talking about her, I've got a lot of time for him already. He was talking about us as well, I sensed that Jess was getting a bit uncomfortable and that's the last thing I want, I don't want to put any pressure on this (although inside I was beaming about what he was saying) By the end of the night everyone who stayed up was hammered, we ...
... of character
for Africa. Bizarre! The 2 nights we spent there were spent with
Nomalha, she would pick us up and take us to some bars and
restaurants. The funny thing about Nomalha was we were told by my
friend that she was a Malawian princess!!! Our imaginations were
running wild, trying to think what she would be like...In fact she
wasn't a Malawian princess, instead a lovely, bubbly 'normal'
individual who had never travelled by ...