The Namiwawa Blantyre

Address: 1 Independence Drive, Blantyre, Malawi | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1 Independence Drive, Blantyre.
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      Things common to Malawi

      A travel blog entry by joniswanderlust on Oct 23, 2014

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      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

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      ... is Friday) Maky quickly pulls the guy away, No, No, No these girls don’t go out on Friday night he tells him and continues to talk to him about us but they are too far to hear what they are saying. The guy comes back and he says to Maky I will have to be persistent then. I smile, I believe by the time I leave there will be a group of people whose sole aim will be to get us to go out on the Sabbath. This could be really ...

      Chez Maky

      A travel blog entry by joniswanderlust on Oct 12, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... the connection he’s making, I let him talk. I soon realize that Maky associates all religion to the white man – slavery, colonization, corruption etc.. The white man he tells me came into Africa with the bible and threatened people. If you believe in the bible he left you alone, if you didn’t he would take your family, land and beat you. So many Africans were forced into Christianity out of survival. ...

      Do this in remembrance of me

      A travel blog entry by joniswanderlust on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... do I know; I’m just sitting in the pew. Rules are important to govern your family, without them you don’t know what to do. He cites another example of family life…a man once mentioned about the relationship he had with his wife and family. He come home late one night (a quarter to midnight) and his wife failed to prepare dinner for him. He woke her up and she then prepared his meal at midnight so he could eat. This ...

      Fall Holy Days...?

      A travel blog entry by aaronkdean on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... was told of the feast travel arrangements to go to Lake Malawi for the feast. The cost of the bus ride is 3,200 Kwatchas, or about 8 dollars a seat. Even this amount is difficult for many of the brethren. Since there are not enough to fill a bus, they will be sharing the ride with others going that direction. However they did negotiate the reduced price, and also that small children can share a seat, halfing their costs. After this meeting, three men counted ...