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Malawi seriously needs to sort out its tourism. Lilongwe Airport is a flea-bitten shithole.... It's decent of you to help their "[luke]Warm Heart of Africa" drive, but there are structural problems holding the country back from capitalising on its tourism potential. As it stands, it's a quirky place to hit. And cheap. And not too bad if you're one of the bandanna-wearing development tourists.

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Wish I would have known about this when i was there a few years ago. Guess I will need to go back again...darn. thanks for the info!

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I've read that that a lot of the colorful fish that turn up in U.S. pet stores are actually harvested from dives in lakes around the world. Does anyone know if Laka Malwai locals are involved in this sort of trade?

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Holly,

I heartily second your recommendation that readers check out Lake Malawi - it's stellar.

"A taste of the refugee experience" on the Ilala though? Maybe in steerage, but even then I don't think it comes close. And after all, this is ADVENTURE, not TRAVELER. Though the ship may be a step down from a Carnival cruise, it's certainly no reason to avoid Likoma Island or northern Mozambique across the lake.

Hope some readers take your advice and visit Lake Malawi soon. It's one of a kind.

-Andrew
http://www.ibnibnbattuta.com/blog/2006/08/likoma-island.html

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