A photostory of Cape Maclear, also known as Chembe, a small tourist and fishing village in the Nankumba Peninsula, on the southern tip of Lake Malawi.
Welcome to Austin Madinga’s #LifeUnbound Blog
I blog about the beauty and awesomeness of Malawi, the land of the lake of stars, the African continent and her diverse people.
I would love to partner with bloggers, content creators and brands on storytelling projects that expand the African narrative around tourism, travel, conservation and the continent’s people.
Passing through Dedza boma and looking for a place to get a hot meal and a cold drink? Give Mapiri Country Lodge a try!
Happy World Tourism Day 2020
With COVID-19 cutting off revenue from international tourists and conferences, Malawi has to rethink its strategy and package products for domestic tourism.
The world is undergoing serious disruption. Nothing is as it used to be before – countrywide lockdowns, jobs lost, businesses folding. When it has all blown over, we can’t afford to return to our old normal.
On World Water Day, how can Malawi balance up the need for frequent hand washing in light of Covid-19 and its poor provision of potable water?
So, the world spun around the sun yet again. And my year seems to have started uncannily similar to all other years – somehow caught in the thick of thin things.
The 2019 edition of the Tumaini Festival took place a couple of weeks ago. A platform by refugees for refugee, Malawian and international artists to collaborate, exchange and create together using the message of love and peace, continues to grow...
Looking for a light lunch in Area 47? CaRiz Cakery, a coffee shop and cakery, should be on your list. And they prepare a great chicken sandwich!
In the week past, we had a visit by the Duke of Sussex Prince Harry. Among other activities, he dedicated Liwonde National Park and the Mangochi Forest to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC).
A colleague from South Africa working in Malawi once exclaimed “Last weekend we saw a hyena in the middle of city centre. In the middle of the city! Gosh, it was a culture shock!”