Safari Beach Lodge

Address: Senga Bay Forest Reserve, Salima, Malawi | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Senga Bay Forest Reserve, Salima.
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        Travel Blogs from Salima

        You Really Get My Goat

        A travel blog entry by davemyers on Sep 30, 2015

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        As always, the brothers were ready to pick us up promptly at 9:30. The big event of the day after services would be the goat roast and Variety Show. There seemed to be no breeze today, so it was particularly warm in the hall. Mr. Saliwila gave the sermonette and I gave the sermon. He spoke on the need to engage in, benefit from, and enjoy fellowship with the other members of the family of God during the Feast. I spoke of the prophecies of the ...

        First Holy Day

        A travel blog entry by davemyers on Sep 28, 2015

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        The hotel we are staying in in on Lake Malawi caters to westerners and is about a 15-20 minute drive from the church hall. We are staying in a round hut with concrete walls and a thatched roof. It has its own bathroom, electricity and air conditioning. The facility was built in 1932, but has obviously gone through a number of renovations - like the addition of air conditioning units and push button locks on the door. The huts have the original wooden doors separating ...

        Trip to Salima

        A travel blog entry by davemyers on Sep 27, 2015

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        The Luwanja brothers arrived promptly at 9:00 for the trip to Salima. Gerald Luwanja is a professional driver and makes his living driving for a transport company. He delivers people here and there - similar to a chauffeur - without the uniform and in a small car. The van we have rented will carry us to and fro and will be used during the Feast to take care of the needs of the brethren. In the van on this trip were James and Gerald, Mr. Saliwila, ...

        Finding our feet

        A travel blog entry by hillston on Sep 17, 2015

        ... a little while (but we only get a chance to do this if it's quiet anyway!) Once a patient has been seen in consultation the Dr will write their diagnosis as well as any treatment they want, the patients 'health passport' will then come to the pharmacy where the drugs are dispensed. When working in the pharmacy we are also responsible for any treatment including dressings, IM injections, IV's and such like. We're both getting very good at our glutal IM injections! The amount ...

        Arrival in Cape Maclear

        A travel blog entry by hillston on Sep 04, 2015

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        ... ourselves at home. Our room was surprisingly nice! We have a double bed and a couple of tables and drawers, simple but really all you need! There is no glass on the windows, just netting to stop the bugs and the roof is thatched...We hope it's going to be waterproof! We set about unpacking before heading to bed. The compound which we are living in is made up of 4 red painted buildings with thatched roofs with a large gravel courtyard. There are a variety of tables and hammocks to relax ...

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