After hearing Tom's recount of his 'interesting' dreams at 4.58am, we awoke at 6 to say our final goodbyes to Manyenje village. It was very emotional, even the locals were upset, we will miss them! What followed was a 5 hour journey filled with odd reggae remixes and our first sandwiches in weeks. Finally we arrived at Liwonde and had a well deserved shower.
We then went on safari, driving through the grasslands at high speed, we were fortunate enough to see hippos, zebras, impala, baboons, kudu (including the elusive male kudu), warthogs, fish eagles and a herd of elephants. We were the most scared we had ever been when the male elephant stared us in the faces and started to sniff and flap his ears!
Our guides then took us to the marshlands whwre we saw the sunset and had a snack. As we made our way back we saw some more animals and even went star - gazing, finding the southern cross, Scorpios and currently we are sitting around a table lit by candlelight after having the most amazing and well needed buffet (not that we didn't love Docas and Ivy's cooking).
Love Milana, Corey and Becca
Blog qotd: what jumped on milanas shoulder? A) Corey B) Tom C) grasshopper