Post 3 Lake Malawi. Willy’s contribution

The lake is every bit as beautiful as it was and the people are every bit as friendly. There are, to be sure, very many more of them and the evolution of their fishing practises have certainly outstripped the evolution of the fishes abilities to avoid being caught in indiscriminately fine nets hauled between diesel…

Long flight that is! Less said the better. Lovely night in JHB with Laurel and Pieter – so much to catch up on, good game of rugby to watch – strange to be next door to Ellis Park with the All Blacks playing there. Next morning after breakfast at a Portuguese restaurant run by Mozambicans…

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Willy writing Well it doesn’t seem like a year ago that we were doing something similar. Time flies so I must be having fun. I am sure that I can find a copy and paste function and if I do, and say that often enough, I am sure to believe that! Actually I do have…

Malawi and Mozambique July /August 2015

Four and a half sleeps to go (the half is Friday night as we leave at the crack of dawn). We start in Blantyre which is the capital of Malawi. We don’t stop in Blantyre but head straight out that afternoon to Mt Mulanje in the tea fields. Dinner in the tea fields with Kevin and Anita…