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MALAWI: What people say
Been to Malawi once and vowed to return . probably the most beautifull land with the most humble ,friendly people to be found. hopefully i will be
there for new milleniums eve but we shall see. Till then all the best - and thank you Malawi - zikomo kombile
It is worth wandering off Africa's well-trodden paths to visit a small island (Likoma Island) in Lake Malawi
My daughter, Margaret Sullivan, is a Peace Corps Volunteer and teaches in Namitambo. She
loves your country and its people
Just back from a business trip (seminar) in this fantastic country. Was able to visit Kasungo
National Park. A must! A friendly and warm country!
My wife and I visited Malawi for two months on a IESC volunteer assignment in the summer of
1994. Loved the people and their country.
I served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Malawi for two years, and my husband was a V.S.O.
Volunteer in Malawi for 15 months...we have very special memories of 'The Warm Heart of Africa,'
and look forward to returning to Malawi for a visit as soon as possible! Malawi is the most magical
place on earth.
Go to Nkata Bay and visit the carving stall at the corner of the market. It's a cool place.
Thank you Malawi, and your friendly people, especially the ones at Club Mak and Mangochi village,
for the best & most relaxing holiday, We've ever had. We really hope to return again, soon!!! Warm
regards Craig & Tracey Dealey
I lived in Malawi for nearly 20 years. Both my children (who were born in Blantyre) and my wife still
remember the beautiful days which we had over there. One day we all will come back to Malawi for a
holiday and visit Mulanje, Zomba, Mangochi, Chinteche, Nyika and Chitipa. Wishing you all a belated
Happy New Year.
NOTE: This is not an official page for Malawi. It is only for reference purposes