The road chose me Going where others don't dare

Tropical paradise 0

Zanzibar Part 1 – Stonetown

I leave the Jeep in a secure parking lot in Dar Es Salaam and jump on the passenger ferry across to the island of Zanzibar. It is possible to take vehicles on a different...

The Jeep in Tanzania! 5

Into Tanzania

Malawi is a relatively small country, and we certainly didn’t go exploring into it’s remote corners. I’m not at all surprised to see we have only covered 808 miles during our time in the...

Enjoying the lake views 0

Mushroom Farm & Livingstonia

From the main North-South road we turn inland and climb directly up a steep mountainside for six miles, gaining an enormous amount of elevation with each tight switchback turn. For most of the road...

Lakeside camping, again 0

North along Lake Malawi

We tear ourselves away from the paradise that is Cape Maclear and slowly move North along the shores of Lake Malawi. We roll through small towns, stopping to re-supply in street markets and eat...

Sunset is when it all happens 0

Cape Maclear, Lake Malawi

Already missing the ocean after our month in Mozambique we’re excited as we drive into Cape Maclear on the shores of Lake Malawi and immediately know we’re onto a good thing! The lake is...

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