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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... take over and have their own tales to tell. But best of all when we tottered off to bed the bed had been turned down, the windows were open to let in the cool night air and there was a hot water bottle to warm my feet! Hated to leave.
One small problem, my email account has been locked since about January 13 and I can't really unlock it without using my home computer so my only means of communication are facebook and the comment section here. Traveling has it's ...
Its official! I am now a temporary resident of Malawi, a status that is good until late May of 2015. My immigration boo stamped my passport on my last usable page in my passport (in fact I think that page may not countL) must get a new passport soon. On the bright side, I now qualify for certain discounts at tourist places like game parks. I ...
... of life here and the fact
that people still take time out of their busy days to stop and “take tea”. I am
told that in the private hospitals nurses get 2 tea breaks per shift in
addition to a lunch break and a sleep break if they work the night shift.
Nurses are severely underpaid here so perhaps the multiple breaks make up for
the lack of salary. A nurse at Blantyre
Adventist Hospital makes about $100 per month on ...
... are these people crazy? Don’t they know I’m Jamaican? I’m not paying that for a tour, I will have to find a hustle for a cheap tour. In fact, one of the Filipino doctors at the hospital has a car but doesn’t like driving and asked if I’d be willing to take some trips with her if I drove. Looks like my hustle found me J. I can’t ...
... us to lunch at his home the next day. I’ll have my wife cook for us he says. Seriously, is he for real? Thankfully, Malawians aren’t aggressive so they remain “gentlemen" throughout the night.
The entertainment was relatively good; it was interesting to watch Malawians dance. Women dance with women and men with men. In the few times men and women danced together, it was very clean, no gyrating and enough space between them for people ...