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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 …
... br> The good news for Malawi is that the rains seem to have properly started….people are planting their maize. They are so so late though, I don’t know enough to know how this will affect everyone next year. I guess we just have to hope that it does rain consistently from now on. In assembly on Monday, everyone was accused of not showing enough faith by not carrying umbrellas!
We had a beautiful graduation ceremony ...
... to buy and then breaks almost
immediately. It’s like Africa is a big dumping
ground for everything that is poor quality and cheap. It’s not fair, everyone
ends up buying twice or three time what we would only buy once. I guess it
doesn’t really affect the “poorest of the poor” they don’t have money to buy
anyway, but it does massively affect those who are starting to spend and if the
economy is going to ...
We noticed a blanket factory in the midst of all the plantations. With weather like this it sure seemed a good place to have a blanket factory.
We did not drive out to Fisherman’s Rest or Mulanje Mountain as the low cloud cover and rain blocked out the views for which it is famous.
We left on Friday morning, just in time too as they planned an all-night service that night. Zomba would be our next ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking