Norman Carr Cottage

Address: Cape Maclear, Lake Malawi National Park, Malawi | Villa
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      The rest of Malawi ..

      A travel blog entry by katrine-t on Nov 15, 2014

      22 photos

      ... bikeride at dusk! I saw loads of different animals; waterbucks, bushbucks, camels, kudus, vervet monkeys, yellow baboons, zebras, wilderbeasts, impalas, reedbuck, duikers and several sables! It was hard taking pictures though, because several of the animals ran away as soon as I stopped the bike. But it was a great feeling biking around in the park and feeling the animals around me - especially the antelopes when they were running away from me and jumping across the road right ...

      Malawi part 3: cape maclear

      A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Oct 01, 2014

      8 photos

      ... to take me to monkey bay where I could catch another ride to cape maclear. While chatting, G told me he's a recently elected member of parliament! The next few hours were a lesson in the nuts and bolts of local politics as I found myself stopping in every village on the way to monkey bay as G said hi to his constituents. I noticed how G overtook minibuses on the road in a unique way. He'd pull up just behind each minibus on the road, wave to every person inside, then slowly ...

      Day 26 day 21 of Africa trip Livingstone

      A travel blog entry by doddy17 on Sep 28, 2014

      ... to the other side and as i was now happy in the water i try. big mistake. 3 stokes in i swallow half the Zambezi and go under with arm up-stretched for help. i feel the guide grab me and i cling on to him whilst Jarred helps with the arm not holding the go-pro. luckily no footage exists (I hope!). I walk back to the edge and sit down while waiting for the other frustrated that my swimming lessons haven't helped me further enjoy my holiday experience. A massive positive ...

      Day 22 day 17 of Africa trip

      A travel blog entry by doddy17 on Sep 24, 2014

      4 hours sleep was broken by the alarm sounding at 4.01am, hard boiled egg toasted sandwich is always something I enjoy at 4 in the morning... The day ahead promised 10 hours of hard bumpy roads. It didn't disappoint. Leaving at 5.20 the first sound from our guides was at 7.45 for a pee pee stop (in the obligatory field. At 11 we finally stop again after 4 attempts to use the intercom ...

      Day 18 Day 13 of trip Lake Malawi

      A travel blog entry by doddy17 on Sep 20, 2014

      ... putting there hands out fe various goodies, pens badges and stu's loom bands. Dropped off at the supermarket and told that the card machine was just out there to the right, all of us started walking but after 15 minutes 3 of us turned round. We went round the supermarket purchased basics (water, crisps, chocolate) and went back to the truck. After 50 minutes the last people tuned up with only 3 actually walking ...