We were on the road by 08:00. Our breakfast was slightly underwhelming & consisted of bread & butter. The rain had not stopped & continued to descend from the heavens. We stopped off at shop rite near Blantyre to pick up some supplies for the next few days. Board games, snacks & some alcohol of course. Blantyre was where Cristel spent her first few months in Malawi. The area is still the main hub for business, this could be most obviously seen by the quality of the roads in the area. Many even had pavements.
We arrived at Game Haven under a dense fog which limited visibility to 10yards. We could have been on the A1!
They had rooms ready for us to check into despite our 10:30 arrival time. Just like at the Chiclid I found myself in room number 9. The room was spacious & had a bath as well as a walk in shower. The only issue being that myself nor Scotty & Cristel in the other room could get the hot water to work. After having an hour & half to get ourselves sorted we drove the 350yards to the main building for lunch.
Learning from the over eating of previous day's, I opted for a grilled chicken wrap. The only other clientele who were in where people on a business lunch & we got a table by the fire.
After lunch Scotty & wandered into the bar for a couple more beers. Any hope of outdoor activities certainly washed out for today. We played a game at the bar last played in our Blanc days. The objective is to make sentences from the first letter of each spirit bottle on the shelf. I am surprised this game hasn't taken off since its inception in the early naughties.
We grabbed Cristel once she had finished work & headed to dinner. Continuing the move away from fish I had a chicken burger & chips. There were only two other people in the restaurant this evening. The bar was slightly busier. Including three American women. Two of them were extremely rude to the bar staff, then sat complaining how they were single. No surprises why, if you ask me. I retired for the evening into a luxurious bed & watched part of a movie.