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Orphan Boys

Orphan Boys Me with some of the boys at the orphanage in Malawi.

Orphanage Performance

Orphanage  Performance Children putting on a short performance for us at the orphanage in Malawi.

The Most Beautiful Sadness

The Most Beautiful Sadness My chameleon color is white…This experience is something that cleared the slate, the moment on my trip that really got me thinking about square one. This opportunity made me think about life and myself in a way that I’ve never been challenged. There are too many to emotions to express my feelings for Malawi that it makes it hard to put into words. The landscape and lake are pristine and absolutely breathtaking. The people are friendly and the children’s smiles are infectious. On the other hand once you learn about the conditions they live in it will break your heart...

Malawi Orphanage

Malawi Orphanage Children at the orphanage in Malawi.

Naming Conventions

Naming Conventions Photo of a local’s shop…his name was Samuel L. Jackson. It’s funny because many of the locals in Malawi chose name that were pretty hilarious. The one that specially sticks out is a guy named Cheese On Toast. There was also a guy in Tanzania who introduced himself as Cockroach. I asked him if that was his nickname and he told me, “No, that’s my real name.” There were a ton more but I’ve already forgotten…I believe the Canadians have a list which I’m going to have to ask from them.

Jon’s Shop

Jon’s Shop Photo of me with Jonathan, a local who I commissioned to paint me a Malawi style painting depicting my near drowning experience in the lake. If you were wondering the painting looks ridiculous but is AWESOME! You’ll have to check it out for your self when I return.

Malawi Lounging

Malawi Lounging Chilling out in a hammock by Lake Malawi.

Kande Beach Campground

Kande Beach Campground Shot from the inside of the front gate to the Kande Beach campground.

Kande Beach

Kande Beach Kande Beach, Malawi.

Kande Beach Hospital

Kande Beach Hospital Shot of a woman with her new born child at the Kande Beach Hospital, Malawi. Again the situation here was also very bad in terms of lack in resources, medicine, and equipment.
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