It wasn't what I expected.. Maybe it was more. I can really say the same thing what many has said.. It is "the warm heart of Africa". Not because it is located near to equator, but because of the people. There is lots of people that don't have so much money, but still they were offering something when we visited in their homes and so on. So it wasn't just trip where we had some fun time in Lake Malawi.. We lived in Blantyre with my team and the we also travelled up to Mzuzu and then we stayed in one village near to Mulanje- mountain where wasn't any electricity.
During those two months (little bit over) we stayed only THREE days in Lake Malawi.. Well I need to say that it's really beautiful lake.. Water was all shining blue.. Lots of fish.. Everything was really beautiful in Lake Malawi. :) Hotel- staff was awesome and they really wanted to get to know us.. :) They shared their time with us which was really awesome.. My first GOOD experience from hotel. ;) The hotel was called to Mayoka Village (Nkhata Bay). But yes, it was awesome experience. But like I said we stayed in Blantyre almost all that time.. It's actually largest city in Malawi and it's located to South. To me it was hard to see it as a town, because there was just some banks, some stores, some restaurants.. And it was full of cabins.. Cabins everywhere.. And people were trying to sell celtel in every corner.. Celtel is a phone- extension.
There was churches everywhere and people were singing all the same songs everywhere.. So if you couldn't go to some church, it was okay to go to other church and you didn't needed to learn new songs.. :) Their public language- chichewa is totally too hard for me to learn.. :) And it was really hard to learn by hearing, because thay have 13 different languages in that country, so you never knew what language they spoke. I loved the people. Men were sometimes TOO INTERESTED and that wasn't so cool.. Actually there was one or two guys asking me to marry them. Haha. :) Well I said no. Maybe the reason wasn't love but the money what I really don't have. :D HAHA! Kids were so sweet.. Always wanting to follow us.. And they shout "Mzungu, Mzungu" which means "white person".. It was sometimes frustrating that you didn't have any own space or time.. But somehow I just loved them so much that I didn't really care. It was wonderful feeling when you gave them some candies or show them some dramas or something.. They were all excited about those little things. It was awesome when you got them smile to you.. I loved mud huts.. I loved our shower (look at the picture.. It's the one made from corn- something leafs.. :) And I just loved to do my best so that they could feel that they are important persons and they are loved. I know that I will go back there.. Hopefully next year! :)