Well here we are, sitting in South Africa trying to figure out what to do with our time in Malawi. The experience hit everyone differently and everyone seems to be processing it differently. We left Malawi yesterday after spending the morning with Partner’s in Hope, a ministry that is providing free HIV/AIDS care to Malawians in need. Our journey out of Malawi went relatively smoothly. Ironically, it was the two correspondents, Carrie and I, who ended up with a little bit of the Malawian stomach. Fortunately for me, I was not feeling so hot during our time at Partner’s in Hope. There is no more convenient place to be sick in Malawi other than a hospital run by American doctors. Dr. Jantz gave me some anti-nausea pills and some electrolyte packets to keep me hydrated. While our flights to South Africa proved to be tough for me we made it and today I am feeling much better. Unfortunately, Carrie seems to be a day behind me and is not doing as well. Your prayers for a quick recovery would be greatly appreciated.
Our internet here at the hotel in South Africa seems to be a bit better so I am hoping data files will send. Despite our internet troubles, Carrie and I still have a number of photos and pictures to post so we will continue to do so even after our return home to the states on Sunday.
Our team would appreciate your prayers as we try to figure out how to sort through all that we have seen and experienced.
Dustin and the Malawi Team. Check out some of the latest pics below!