Malawi Trip – Day 10 “……the fishermen shouting over the dark, stormy waters as if in a panic………”

Neverland Adventurers

Cell phone alarms have become a thing of the past as I have now become accustomed to waking up before sunrise every morning as I hear the fish eagles calling to each other.They are like roosters but a lot more of a romantic  sound to wake up to. We went for an early morning paddle to the point of the island which was a bit difficult going out as we were paddling against the wind but when we turned around we drifted back to Domwe along the shore past cormorants and fish eagles while watching a myriad of blue cichlids swimming beneath our kayak. A really worthwhile experience and we were back before the sun got too hot. A quick dip and a snorkel back at camp and then it was time for lunch and an afternoon nap. I passed out for about 3 hours on our tent deck purely…

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