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Bonjour tout le monde,
Mon premier week-end à Blantyre était génial! Je vous en dirais plus bientôt!
My first week-end in Blantyre was great! I'll tell you more shortly!
Well, after many hours of traveling and a night in Johannesburg I arrived in Blantyre on Friday night. Somehow my arrival times got mixed up, so had to get a taxi into the lodge. Got reacquainted with the sights, sounds and smells of Africa again real quick. Saturday morning off out to Mikolongwe to begin work. The first task was the capture as …
... for a mini-bus and maybe we can find a donor or make it a Good Works project. It is definitely needed.
Gracious and Loney had to leave mid-day to get things ready for the Passover service. Also, Lewis Salawila came by as well as Dennis and Flora Chinangua. Lewis is treasurer and accountant for LifeNets. He has a taxi service and runs a 16 seater van that he does use to help for people to get to church.
... us. We know the Mpilangwe's well and were glad to get to know Osborn and Grace Liyao. He works for MBC Malawi Broadcasting and is writer for radio news that goes on the air. He is a very intriguing person and I appreciated the opportunity to get to know him better.
Tomorrow we will be holding church services at 11 am at the Malawi Postal Conference Center in the Chichiri area of the city of Blantyre.
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... buffet with omelletes and pancakes. We did not stay as nicely as this with the Lukers last year, but the deeply discounted room including a fabulous breakfast is a wonderful blessing. We are paying no more than a modest guest house.
At 11 am Lewis arrived with his brother Yamikani (meaning "Thankful") and he drove us around for the rest of the day.
One of our stops was Lewis's father Elifazi Salawila who was a pastor ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking