Please check out this video made by Esther and myself, explaining why so many young ladies in Malawi never finish their high school education.
So many years back and fourth here, so it really feels like an end of an era...
I am excited about the next chapter and what will come next but I I will miss the great experiences we have had at Kuti!
The time has come for me to depart... But instead of heading back to the UK, I have booked my London to Athens flight!
We are mid build for the new African Bat Conservation camp here at Kuti Wildlife Reserve. I have never designed a place before so super excited to be doing this at the moment!
Battling with my own conflict. Feeling under appreciated and wondering whether to just board that flight next month...
Material girl feelings … how can I be so boujee in such a poor country?
So back in November, last year, I was asked to be a judge for Kuti Wildlife Reserves first Potjie Competition. This time I wanted to enter and win!
The birthday week involved a lot of excursions, fun and six locations!
We went and did our PADI Open Water scuba diving course at Lake Malawi. I have been wanting to do this for years so very happy to get to do it in Malawi and with friends.