Nkwichi Lodge

Address: Lake Niassa, Lichinga, Mozambique | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Lake Niassa, Lichinga.
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          Heaps has happened but no wi- fi until now!

          A travel blog entry by lynnemunnik007 on Aug 07, 2015


          ... Luangwa. Sadly, a tryre wall popped on the Range Rover and we had a slight delay in Lusaka- shopped whilst tyre replaced! Realised we were not going to get very far from Lusaka so we found a wonderful stop over at Chinyunyu Hot Springs- a Zambian Heritage site- we were the first ever campers as it is not a campsite! Bathed in hot springs- 69 degrees- with the locals!


          Collins and his family of 47

          A travel blog entry by hannah_mags on Jul 14, 2015

          3 comments, 9 photos

          ... some income for her family. I was so impressed by Efa's attitude when she told me "I know my condition is going to get worse so I want to be useful to my family while I can. They have helped me a lot so I need to help them too". 5. Mphatso is 2 and a half years old and is autistic. Collins explained to me that autism is still very misunderstood in Malawi and often children with it are just labelled as naughty or odd and other children are often told to leave them alone. ...

          Teaching and Learning

          A travel blog entry by hannah_mags on Jun 28, 2015

          4 photos

          ... most of the time students learn a lot more through interaction, independent learning/thinking and the chance to be a bit more creative. This is harder to do out here with so few resources but by no means impossible. I have been spending a lot of time working with some of the teachers to help them plan and deliver lessons where the students are more involved and active in their learning. This includes playing games, modelling and group work and the students have been loving ...


          A travel blog entry by hannah_mags on Jun 11, 2015

          2 comments, 8 photos

          ... have to use the flashlight on their mobile phones! The secondary level of healthcare is district hospitals. There is one of these in each of Malawis 28 districts. Patients go to these by referral if the care can't be provided locally. For us this is Nkhata Bay which is 60km away. Here they have an x-ray and CT department, a couple of operating clinics and probably most importantly TWO AMBULANCES for a population of 269 000 in the district! The final ...

          Out and About

          A travel blog entry by hannah_mags on May 29, 2015

          15 photos

          ... made out of bricks!), a toilet and shower block, communal kitchen, decking where we eat at night, the founders of the charity have their own house and most importantly it's right on the beach. There's quite a lot of wildlife around including the absolutely adorable monkeys who I love to watch playing and luckily there's a banana tree next door to my shack so they're often around. There's also a tortoise who roams about the place (the poor thing is a bit battered though), ...