Preview: Mozambique

On second thought, let’s not go to Camelot.

Heading north via Harare , we’ll cross the border into Mozambique. We follow the infamous ‘Tete Corridor’ which was well known in the days of Mozambique’s long running civil war as the ‘Gun Run’. Thankfully these days things are a lot different! We continue on to the capital Lilongwe in the south of the country where we stop for a few nights nights (hopefully enough time to grab a shower!)

Lilongwe, Malawai

Passing through lush mountainous landscape and plantations, we’ll end up following the coast of Lake Malawi — the countries most dominant natural feature.

Lake Malwai looking pretty sweet!

We’ll have four or five days here, and I’ll have the opportunity to relax on the beach, snorkle, windsurf, or wander off into a nearby city to have my kidneys harvested. Hopefully the friendly Mozambiquans will leave me enough organs to make it to the next stop, Tanzania!

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