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... We went for a trip down the Shire River late in the afternoon. Many dugouts lined the banks - I certainly wouldn't go fishing in amongst all the hippos, crocs and elephants we saw! They are crazy!
Hippo families sleeping in the river and walking on the banks, crocs heaving their invisible massive mud covered camouflaged armour up off the banks and into the water, elephant herds - babies and matriarchs - set the background of a perfect African scene.
A Fish Eagle posed, ...
thinking or even saying to others
"we were just tired"
"It's not my fault in the first place, I was right to react like that - little thinking it's about
RESPONDING and not REACTING
Until eventually we don't think anything of it!
THAT behavior has become the norm.
of holding ourselves accountable
Is so important.
become who we are -
... was allowed, and moved the torch from left to right, looking for glints of eyes. I found a Genet in a tree! It was a fun a very memorable experience over the bumpy ground near the river. Once I had got back into the car, one of the guides with the torch (now back in the seat at the front) spotted a bush baby in another trees this was another first for me to see! It was such a great day today, and I am sure that I could spend weeks here looking at the animals in the park and never be ...
... school supplies to donate and they were the perfect candidate.
We then drove to the Blantyre Artisan Market and met Jan, who had walked there for the Immigration Dept. The next 2 ½ hours were Phase 1 of the ultimate shopping experience in which Heidi and Jan argued pricing with 20-30 vendors in a marathon worthy of televising. During that time, Greg had walked around 3 city blocks, stopped in a couple of shops and returned to ...
Sunday, August 23, 2015
It is a beautiful Sunday morning in Blantyre and the power once again has been out for 5 ½ hours. This is occurring more frequently and for grater lengths of time. Malawi as a country can only produce 350,000 megawatts of power, mostly all hydroelectric and supply will never meet demand unless they broker deals to import electricity from neighboring Mozambique very soon, or many ...