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Malawi Trip Pictures from Jan. 23 to 26, 2008 & Mozambique Trip Pictures from Feb. 06 to 13, 2008

To proceed to Malawi & Mozambique Journal.

Our Route through MALAWI. Covered approx. 900km on the motorcycles.

Jan. 23, 2008. We entered Malawi from Tanzania at the Songwe Border Post.

Our first campsite in Malawi the Chitimba Camp...

...located at the base of Livingstonia...

...and the shores of LAKE MALAWI.

Beautiful sandy beach stretches along the lake.

The restaurant/bar at Chitimba.

Jan. 24, 2008. We unfortunately arrived in Malawi in the middle of the rainy season.

From Chitimba we headed south over Mzuzu, through Chintheche to Salima (Senga Bay).

Here we met up with Charley and Rensche on (2) Honda 250, who came the similar way down Africa as we did.

We stay at the Cool Running Campground in Senga Bay.

Again the camp is situated directly at the lake shore of Lake Malawi.

Jan. 25, 2008. We complete an essential oil and filter change on the motorcycles ...

... as the weather is not cooperating. On Jan. 26, 2008, we decide to continue to Zambia instead of exploring Malawi in the rainy season.

Our Route through MOZAMBIQUE. Covered approx. 1200km on the motorcycles.

Feb. 06 to 13, 2008. We spent in Tofo on the beautiful Mozambique coast line.

Feb. 08, 2008. We went diving and Ruby went through the basic exercises with the PADI instructor.

A lion fish.

A crocodile fish.

A moray eel.

Ruby floating away.

Swimming along the reef.

Lots of colorful fish.

A large bag of Cashews we had picked up for 200 Mtc ($8.00) on the side of the road.

The view from the restaurant/bar of our Campsite.

The Bamboozi Campsite is situated 2km north of Tofo.

The beaches of Mozambique are incredible.

Massive sweep of white sand and rolling breakers.

Locals come to the restaurant to sell their catch of the day.

Going for a swim.

Mike is not scared of the large breakers...

...but it is a different story with Ruby.

The current is strong.

We had the chance to snorkel with the WHALESHARKS.

An experience that neither one of us will ever forget.

A Whaleshark is the largest fish in the world and are plankton eaters.

Smaller fish swim ahead of his mouth. Size comparison.

This one is about 8m long.

Ruby swimming alongside the Whaleshark.

An appreciation of size with Ruby along side the whaleshark.

We spent about 30 minutes in the water with them.

Meeting Doris (Swiss) and Andre (German), both backpack all over the world.

Our tent was set up inside this hut at the Bamboozi Campsite.

View of the Dive Shop, which is on the premises of the campsite.

The Outhouse has a great view.

Local children playing in the water.

Soccer is popular everywhere in the world.

We take the opportunity to catch up on pictures and journal.

Buying more cashews on the side of the road. Feb. 13, 2008 we leave Mozambique and enter Swaziland.