Next stop was back to lake malawi at a different beach for 3 days of R&R. On the drive there where stopped at a local wood craft market, where many malawi chairs were brought (not us though, we opted for a couple of smaller things to post instead). Amazing stuff for next to nothing.
Filled in the days with a bit of swimming, chilling on the beach, and BYC. Mark also went for a lake dive around a wreckage one of the days, which he really enjoyed. And I went for my first horse trek and absolutly loved it. My horses name was Blackie (an ex race horse from zim) and he was really funny as he stuck his tounge out the whole time.
We also got to experience a bit of culture and went for a village walk to an orphange, the kids were amazing and sang us "head shoulds knees and toes". And then one night we went for a dinner up in the local village for a yummy local feed and some singing and dancing.
Our driver, George, really loved his meat, so got us a pig on a spit one night, which the boys loved helping out with. The campsite we were staying at had a TV so got to catch a bit of the olympics which was cool, didn´t get to see any kiwi action though.
Felt nice and relaxed after our time here.