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The Gule Wamkulu, Baboons, and Homestay: Part One

A little more detailed update on our very busy first three weeks here in Malawi... We spent the first few days in Malawi enjoying Cool Runnings, a lakeside "resort" at Senga Bay on Lake Malawi. Instead of beautiful beach weather, we experienced unseasonal torrential downpours. The sound of...

permalink written by  Price and Janie on January 17, 2007 from Lilongwe, Malawi
from the travel blog: Price and Janie do the World



The Gule Wamkulu, Baboons, and Homestay: Part Two

Our first "real" camp after the refugee camp went so smoothly. The student presentations on the third day drew a large crowd from the community - one of World Camp's main goals to have the students become educators in their own communities, so this big showing was awesome. At the end of the...

permalink written by  Price and Janie on January 17, 2007 from Lilongwe, Malawi
from the travel blog: Price and Janie do the World



The Gule Wamkulu, Baboons, and Homestay: Part Three

Monday was supposed to be the start of our third camp. However, we drove an hour out into the bush, and upon arrival at the school, no students were to be found. The combination of it being a public holiday and also the very recent transfer of the school's headmaster did not help the...

permalink written by  Price and Janie on January 17, 2007 from Lilongwe, Malawi
from the travel blog: Price and Janie do the World



Finally getting our act together

The first two weeks of our trip have come and gone already so we figured it would probably be about time to start our blog. So, here it is! We've spent the past two weeks working with World Camp for Kids in Malawi, Africa. World Camp is a not-for-profit organization committed to empowering...

permalink written by  Price and Janie on January 15, 2007 from Lilongwe, Malawi
from the travel blog: Price and Janie do the World



Lake Malawi

Over the years, I have learned that if you throw enough money at any problem, it will go away. Last week was no exception. With only 3 weeks to make it from Jo'burg to Nairobi, I knew that I would have to move fast at some point, and probably blow right past some of the things I had wanted...

permalink written by  Jason Kester on April 22, 2003 from Lilongwe, Malawi
from the travel blog: Africa, 2003



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