Norman Carr Cottage

Address: Cape Maclear, Lake Malawi National Park, Malawi | Villa
 
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNorman Carr Cottage Cape Maclear

    Reviewed by amyanddave

    Friendly, relaxing!

    Reviewed Jun 20, 2015
    by (2 reviews) Miami Beach , United States Flag of United States

    Must visit!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Norman Carr Cottage Cape Maclear

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    Travel Blogs from Cape Maclear

    Okay What I'd Get Myself Into

    A travel blog entry by lindbladtravels on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... and Vivian was looking for a white woman (Lynn). Tando, is a black male. It eventually worked out with Tando approaching the only white male on the corner (I finally showed up).

    I had been having some reservations about going on this expedition, even before today, somewhere inside hoping that maybe no one would show up, not certain that I wanted to be roughing it for 2 weeks. When Tando seemed to have limited knowledge of the arrangements, ...

    Reliable, Punctual, Reliable

    A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Jun 03, 2015

    ... a million miles away from each other. Whichever one I reached by the end of the day, I could relax in the knowledge that I was on the home stretch - my flight leaving from the country's second city of Blantyre on Saturday afternoon.

    Blantyre, Cape Maclear? So strange to have Scottish names in the Southern Hemisphere, surrounded by the squawks of chickens and people selling bags of water on spikes. These names ...

    The Pirates of Senga Bay

    A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Jun 02, 2015

    ... with these facts in mind I had no inclination to climb back into a proverbial travelling womb and allow someone with glazed eyes and a shifty look about him to control my forthcoming engagements. He pondered this, took a swig of gin and replied: 'Where do you go tomorrow? Do you need taxi? If you stay in Senga I can arrange a hike, there will be hippos definitely...at 4pm' - Oh **** off Peter, not you Peter, the other one.

    Time for bed.


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    Digital Cameras and African Squirrels

    A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Jun 02, 2015

    ... traditional dug out canoes scattered about and the occasional local passing by and greeting us. We headed up a sand bank and down into a mini jungle path that led to the rich green wetlands behind the lake shore. My Man Mans suddenly announced that the small rickety collection of huts was where his girlfriend lived and we should stop in for a brew, not sure if he put it like that exactly but we stopped in nonetheless. Naomi was very shy and barely ...

    The Peak and the 'Bique

    A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Jun 02, 2015

    ... to fit all of the accounts I had heard about the country to our East. I will come back to this, but whilst I'm on the subject of neighbouring African countries, there’s many more national stereotypes in this area than people from Europe might imagine. In Europe, for example, the French are arrogant, the English drink a lot, the Dutch are liberal-minded and the Germans are ...