Malawi Recap for 10-6 thru 10-8-19
After Sunday morning’s church services, the five veteran travelers for the work in Malawai (Don, Doris, Steve, Paul Woodall, and David) along with one novice (Shirley – David’s wife) started out on another year’s adventure to LepLes Vision for the Needy, an orphanage located in the village of Chiputu, in Malawi, Africa.
We sat in the Houston Airport for 4 hours before taking a little 8+ hour journey to London, England, headquarters of Parliament. After a rather uneventful trip we sat down for a much anticipated 8 hour layover in jolly old England. By the time we boarded our next plane to Johannesburg, Africa for an 11+ hour flight, we were not in a particular jovial mood but accepting that the journey would have its difficult times. From a short 3 hours layover in Jburg, we flew the next 2.5 hours to Lilongwe, Africa arriving around 12:15PM on Tuesday, August 8.
I must admit things went rather smoothly and even though Shirley had never experienced such a long trip, she weathered it as a veteran with a just a few “when will it be over” comments. Picking up our rent cars at the airport we fought and dodged our way through the traffic of Malawi and ended up at a new location to stay this year, the Baptist Missionary Apartments in Lilongwe, not far from where we use to stay. The ladies prepared a quick meal of pasta with some good French toast and we feasted before making an early retirement to bed; totally exhausted and looking forward to a great sleep and an awesome two weeks in Malawi.
God Bless and please keep us in your prayers as we handle some difficulties that must be addressed this year
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