Exploring Lilongwe’s Nature Sanctuary. I thought the gun was unnecessary until we started exploring the hyena dens (pictured above) and heard the story of the man who was eaten by a crocodile of the banks of the reserve!
Baking elaborate chocolate cakes with friends!
Kuti Wildlife Reserve where I did a game count and saw no live animals during the count. Only a snack skin. Luckily I saw some other animals like camels and a baby giraffe while I was just walking around the park!
Me enjoying British chocolate bars!
Picking up my new shirt from the tailors. This gentleman was featured as one of the best tailors in Lilongwe, despite the tiny size of his shop!
Eating lots of outdoor meals on beautiful patios.
Much to the initial surprise of all of the Malawian’s present, this was my first football (soccer) match. Once I started asking questions about the size of the field and how they cut of the grass I think they realized I was not joking. While watching televised sports has never been a hobby of mine, Malawians can sure keep the excitement going and it was a pleasant night!
Chasing a beautiful sunset with my coworkers on the ride back into the city.
Trying new Turkish foods (I am thankful to be in Lilongwe where I have plenty of tasty food options!).