The Namiwawa Blantyre
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... road for Sunday lunch and to stay the night. And what a treat. He and Dawn still live a gracious life as I imagine people did a hundred years ago. Leave something on a chair and it gets whisked back to your room. The cook is busy in the kitchen. The houseboy brings the tea tray and serves the meals. The weather is perfect so people sip drinks on the veranda. And there's time for stories. Chip's go back to when his grandfather started farming this land. Soon his ...
... such a long
time! They have changed not as much as the place (only their position ;-) . I
met also Iben, the project leader. She is still there and she is still doing an
amazing job. She can be really very proud of what she has reached in all this
So my dear
friends, if you have ever worked in a project in Africa or anywhere else I can just advice you to go back
and see your friends again!!! It is so amazing, for sure I will do it again!
... cake and encourages
us to eat, as with most African countries people like to see their guests
eating otherwise they are offended. While I had 2 cups of tea, a cheese
sandwich, banana cake (similar to fritters in Jamaica or an unsweetened banana
bread that was fried in the US), ground nuts and a piece of cake I was
encouraged to eat moreJ. An hour goes by, the matrons are called to duty,
and teatime quickly ends. I admire the ...
... everything I need for my dissertation. Right now it looks like I’ll be here until the end of February but I won’t really know until I begin and complete my first site. In the meantime, I’m thinking about doing some sightseeing, the problem is Malawi is so poor that everything is ridiculously overpriced L. $6,000 US for a week long trip around ...
... says you are married and have a little girl. He shows his hand, no ring he exclaims I’m not married. We ask Moses; to confirm his marriage he plays mute. Finally, my housemate tells them she’s been living in Malawi for almost 2 years, she knows of what she speaks. Moses, confesses ah so you do know him? Yea, its true he is married. Unfortunately, that doesn’t stop any of them from trying to dance with us, hit on us or get our number. In fact, ...