Pedro's Lodge

Address: P.O.Box 1699, Blantyre, Malawi | Hotel
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This hotel is located on P.O.Box 1699, Blantyre.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Pedro's Lodge Blantyre

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    Travel Blogs from Blantyre

    South to Huntingdon Lodge

    A travel blog entry by n6tk on Jan 26, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... road for Sunday lunch and to stay the night. And what a treat. He and Dawn still live a gracious life as I imagine people did a hundred years ago. Leave something on a chair and it gets whisked back to your room. The cook is busy in the kitchen. The houseboy brings the tea tray and serves the meals. The weather is perfect so people sip drinks on the veranda. And there's time for stories. Chip's go back to when his grandfather started farming this land. Soon his ...

    Things common to Malawi

    A travel blog entry by joniswanderlust on Oct 23, 2014

    3 photos

    I have been here a month now and I have observed a few things unique to Malawi

    1. Minibuses are the main source of transport

    2. There are several beggars on the street majority of whom are children

    3. Shoe shine services are alive and well here (they will even clean women's cloth and suede shoes)

    4. Everyone is friendly

    5. In times when a pipe is ...

    Chez Maky pt. 2

    A travel blog entry by joniswanderlust on Oct 17, 2014

    4 photos

    ... be normal like everyone else. I’m realizing he has a very negative picture of Adventist and the Sabbath. He thinks we are locked up in our homes on Friday nights like prisoners watching the world live through our windows. Oh, I wish he knew the joy of Sabbath rest. A group of young people enters and are chatting. Maky goes over and greets them, he introduces us and the guys invites us to a house party. When is it I ask ...

    Chez Maky

    A travel blog entry by joniswanderlust on Oct 12, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... with me about my nsima; apparently, I'm eating slowly compared to the average Malawian. We chat and he learns that I am SDA. He respects me but says I don’t believe, you’re entitled I respond. He goes on to say, how can you believe have you not read your history? I’m not sure where he’s going so I ask him to elaborate. Have you read black history? Yes, I respond then how can you believe. Not ...

    Majete Wilderness Reserve

    A travel blog entry by lamalima on Oct 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... Kudu, Sable, elephant, zebra, wartag, baboon, black-bellied *******, buffaloes, ... and even 4 lions! Amazing! We slept in a safari tent, hearing all the noises of the bush, feeling a slight breeze all night. Then in the morning I went out for a bush walk (Alan decided to sleep in because of his knee) and although we didn't see that many animals, it was quite interesting and felt strange now walking along the same paths all animals would also use when coming ...