African shoestrings – Tanzania Day One Hundred and Nine – Dar es Salaam

And so the events leading to bus ride from hell number three started to unfold. The bus wasn't due to arrive until 11.30 pm but Leonard, who was not as friendly and as obliging now that we were leaving, would only give us a lift to Mzuzu at 12.30 in the afternoon and charged us... Continue Reading →

African shoestrings – Malawi Day One Hundred and Five-Six – Nkhata Bay Malawi

No sooner than had we settled in and despite our fatigue, we were out exploring. We came across a couple that we had met in Chimanimani, Patricia and Jonathan. Patricia was a short attractive French girl who liked to talk whilst Jonathon was her antithesis, tall, balding, quiet and English. They too were staying here... Continue Reading →

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