On a good tar road, we move on to our last stage in Tanzania. We will be staying for the last time overnight in Bongo Camp, a loving community run camp site, simple, but with charm. Shower facilities are basic but the people there are so helpful and even as electricity did not work, they provided us with hot water for a bucket shower. Best is their homemade food which you can order and they prepare freshly for you. The surrounding is rural and charming, even an ATM is available and there are money changers along the road to get you Malawian Kwacha.
The next morning, we will quickly push to the border, we want to reach Lake Malawi tomorrow, but you never know exactly how long the border crossings last.
We’ll leave Tanzania and thus geographically East – Africa, what we learned to love so much, because it is an Africa that so closely corresponds to the image in our head of Africa. We are sad, but also curious as to what will happen next. Countries with interesting names, Malawi, Zambia and Namibia and finally South Africa, we have heard much and are still nowhere near the end of our journey, so much is yet to come.