This morning we were finally allowed a lay in!!! Breakfast wasn't until 7.30am…and added to the fact we didn't have to take our tents down either most people didn't stir until 7.15am! It was pure luxury! The reason we even had to have breakfast that early is because a tour had been arranged around a local village taking in the school and hospital as well. The guide, Jonathan, is a local man who had also agreed to take us into his house which he owns with ...
Adam & Sarah's RTW Experience
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This morning we went to visit the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre which is a park of over 180 hectares used for rescuing animals, most of which have been kept in captivity. They attempt to release those that can be released but most are injured or don't know how to feed themselves and these animals will always have a home in the park. That said, its set up like a zoo and there was very little evidence of conservation and all the animals we saw were never to be relea...