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... the island. Along the way many children were walking home from school or people walking along the road coming back from fishing or going about their daily business. All waved hello or ran up to us putting their hands out to shake. Little one would run out of their houses. We made our way back to the resort passing by the airport and trying out our wheelie techniques in the car park. Karen then swapped with Gail to have a go on her own. Went a short distance ...
... enjoy a last few days in Mzuzu before I leave for good on monday, exploring the rest of Malawi and ending up in Livingstone, Zambia by christmas (change of plans!), and Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe by New Years! PS: Some of you have contacted me about what I did for Joseph, lending him money for his drivers licence, and have wanted to donate some money to this kind of thing. That way I can more easily help ...
... of time jumping over and climbing on. This is right up our street and we enjoyed the challenge of navigating our way around the island.
At one point I went to sit on a rock and put my feet in the water and look at the pretty fishes but my feet touched the slippery slime underneath and i flew in and found myself in a rocky maze and had to get pulled up, which was pretty embarrassing!
We lay sunbathing for a good forty minutes on a big ...
... free dive for longer! It was such an enjoyable evening, probably a highlight for me.
Once we got out we had a delightful hot shower and headed for one of our most favourite places, the cafe.
We ended our lovely afternoon in the best way possible, with a Nutella pancake! Honestly the lady in the cafe knows what she's doing, the pancake was crazy good!
However by this time my head was nearly ready to explode, we wandered back ate a bit of dinner and headed straight to ...
... and then jumped out 2 minutes later when he started asking for extra money. We jumped into another car. He took us to the market and sat there waiting to fill his car with people before he would move. He wanted us to change money. His rate was poor and when we told him the current XE rate he agreed to give us the rate we wanted. He agreed far too readily and then drove 200 metres and stopped near another car. We were told his friend would now drive us to the border. As he ...