I swear that there was no more than a couple of times in which I could not see anybody on the 560km drive we took up the lake road. It made for hard work driving.
Roadside mosque. The Arab slave traders operating on the lake have left the area predominantly Muslim
The showroom at the Mua Missionary Hospital Cultural Centre. An amazing & somewhat eccentric place. We couldn’t find the cafe and we suspect there wasn’t one.
Lunch break at Nkhotakota Pottery. Stops have to be well planned as they are few and far between.
Detail of table top. Party time.
The bar at Mayoka Village lodge at Nkhata Bay. It was a bit back-packery for us, erratic everything (water,food,electricity,access) but kinda fun.
Shipwrecked on the male washing beach in Nkhata Bay. Long story.
A wonderful one man band entertainer. We think the drum was a covered car tyre. Unfortunately the CD we bought from him didn’t work.
Something of an oxymoron I thought.
Buying baskets on the way back. No such confusion here.
We returned through Msuza and stayed with friends in Lilongwe. It allowed us to have lunch at Dedza pottery on the way home. A few pieces were of course bought.