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  • A Day with Western InfluenceToday, we have spent the day in the city! After sweeping, mopping, baking brownies and cleaning the bathroom, we packed up and a driver took us to the city to spend the day with the Mawayas. We were Posted by Leanna3771 in Malawi - Through our Eyes | Mar 25, 2017
  • Another UpdateI have noticed I keep mixing up dates on my blog posts – sorry. I could tell you it’s because I type them up fast and don’t proofread as we just send as soon as we notice we have Posted by Leanna3771 in Malawi - Through our Eyes | Mar 25, 2017
  • March 5-14Sunday – March 5 We got up and went to church as usual. Once we sat down, kids snagged spots on either side of us. Then, just before the service was about the start, a little 3-year old snagged Posted by Leanna3771 in Malawi - Through our Eyes | Mar 14, 2017
  • Again - LONG updateSaturday – Feb 25 At 9:00 we were scheduled to leave for Blantyre to do groceries with Clifford and Kholiwe. We had expected to go only to Shoprite, but were informed that we were stopping by Blantyre market as well. Posted by Leanna3771 in Malawi - Through our Eyes | Mar 4, 2017
  • LOOONG UPDATESorry it’s been SOOOOO long since we’ve been able to post an update. Today is the first day we have internet access. Next week or the week after, they hope to implement some sort of Stephanos wifi system Posted by Leanna3771 in Malawi - Through our Eyes | Feb 24, 2017
  • First Full Week of FebruaryWow! I guess it’s been a week since the internet has worked well enough for a blog post! At the time of writing this one (Saturday Feb 11, 8:30pm) there still is no internet. So I’m typing this Posted by Leanna3771 in Malawi - Through our Eyes | Feb 11, 2017
  • RelaxingToday, Saturday, began with no fixed plans. We cleaned our house, this consists of sweeping and mopping floors. Every table has a cloth cover so no dusting necessary. Our laundry gets done for us, so we don't Posted by Leanna3771 in Malawi - Through our Eyes | Feb 4, 2017
  • Relief WorkThis morning began early! We had to leave Stephanos at 7:00am to go to Thyolo to help with a relief project so we had an early morning! We picked up Chimwemwe (project manager) and Dakondwa (a journalist) and Posted by Leanna3771 in Malawi - Through our Eyes | Feb 3, 2017
  • Vacation TerminationFinally, internet again! The last 3 days we were unable to connect to travellers point. So, here - an update :) (We call it Vacation Termination - as we are settling in and losing the 'vacation' feel! It's Posted by Leanna3771 in Malawi - Through our Eyes | Feb 2, 2017
  • Church in MalawiBreakfast on Sunday morning consisted of raisin bread (Maria's tradition) with margarine, cinnamon and brown sugar. This will need to stay a treat, as it is more than double the price of regular bread. After clean-up we had Posted by Leanna3771 in Malawi - Through our Eyes | Jan 30, 2017
  • Sunburns and SmilesSaturday! - a day with no concrete plans. We didn't put an alarm on, and slept until 7:00-7:30. We had a leisurely breakfast of oatmeal and toast with chocolate spread. A man from the Stephanos farm dropped Posted by Leanna3771 in Malawi - Through our Eyes | Jan 28, 2017
  • First Impressions + Our New HomeThursday January 26 We arrived safely in Malawi Wednesday January 25 at 2:10pm; 20 minutes earlier than planned. Boy! were we ready to get off for a while! The flight was pretty uneventful. Chimwemwe was at Chileka airport Posted by Leanna3771 in Malawi - Through our Eyes | Jan 27, 2017
  • Malawi to Dar[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/751928/rp Posted by AliDaz2015 in Africa 2016 | Aug 27, 2016
  • Malawi[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/751928/rp Posted by AliDaz2015 in Africa 2016 | Aug 22, 2016
  • The Sunny Shore of Lake MalawiLake Malawi is a beautiful freshwater lake that takes up about a third of the landlocked country of Malawi in Central/Southern Africa. (hence sometimes known as the "calendar lake"). The waters are mostly calm, clear as crystal and there are Posted by Laura.johns00 in Top 3 Places To Go In Malawi | Nov 30, 2015
  • Nyika Plateau National Park MalawiNyika is Malawi’s largest park with an area of no less than 1250 sq. miles (3200 sq. km). It extends across the great plateau which is essentially a granitic dome and its environment is like none other in the whole Posted by Laura.johns00 in Top 3 Places To Go In Malawi | Nov 30, 2015
  • Strendur og gleðiJambo! Eins og við mátti búast var snorklferðin algjör snilld! Dýralífið sem hægt var að fylgjast með og kórallar i öllum regnbogans litum. Sjórinn var algjörlega tær og sandurinn alveg hvítur..þetta var eins og draumur! [img=http://photos.travellerspo Posted by saeunn in Afríka og Asía | Nov 12, 2015
  • The Sea InsideAs I already mentioned in the last entry, I didn't have the best start in Malawi. Our bus was really delayed, so that I didn't get till Lilongwe until around 8pm and ended up in a very weird hostel, Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Oct 7, 2015
  • Village people!We first spotted Lucy Ifould in her bright orange jumpsuit in a hostel in Kigali, Rwanda. It didn't take us long to realize that she just doesn't shut up about Malawi. She really is Malawi's number one fan! "Lake Kivu is Posted by silve_lining in Life in a rucksack | Aug 12, 2015
  • MalawiA couple of my brother, Ewan’s, friends, Mariana and Drew, live in Blantyre in southern Malawi and I had set my sights of getting to them before the day was out. Other than a quick ATM visit in Lilongwe, the Posted by igotlostagain in Zen & The Long Way Up Motorcycle Diaries | Aug 2, 2015
  • Lilongwe DownOur journey from Tanzania to Lilongwe, the capital of Malawi, became a series of challenges – some we chose, others were unexpected trials! Firstly it took us 7 different transports to cross the border: 4 dalla dallas (minibuses), 1 shared taxi, Posted by silve_lining in Life in a rucksack | May 31, 2015
  • Lake MalawiWith only two weeks or so left in Malawi, Marco and I decided to take one last adventure. With a group of friends from Lilongwe, as well as some new friends, we headed to the lake for the weekend. We Posted by tylerwein in Backpacks Are For Travel, Not School | Dec 11, 2014
  • Gobble, GobbleThanksgiving! Yes, the great American holiday of family, friends, food, and football. For the first time in my life, I was without the first of those. Combined with a lack of family and temperatures into the 90s, not to mention having Posted by tylerwein in Backpacks Are For Travel, Not School | Dec 1, 2014
  • The Beginning of the EndThis weekend it has really set in that there are only 5 weeks left of my time in Malawi. That is still 20% of my total time here, but it seems so short. A major factor to that is how Posted by tylerwein in Backpacks Are For Travel, Not School | Nov 16, 2014
  • Ring BeamWell, since returning from Victoria Falls, the pace of life has very much slowed back down. Before heading out to Zambia, I had fully become content with Neno life. After such a fast paced and busy 10 days on holiday Posted by tylerwein in Backpacks Are For Travel, Not School | Nov 2, 2014
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