We spent the evening getting to know our staff a little better while having a few cocktails, telling stories around the fire and playing the guitar, (somehow they found a guitar for me to get my fix). We had already fallen in love with this place, and the people. The joy, happiness and love that we’ve experienced is like none other and something we desired more of in our life.January 27, 2016
- FOOD, TRAVEL
Though Tyler and I only spent five short days in Malawi, it was during this time that God opened our eyes and hearts to what He wanted us to see. He showed us that even in the worst conditions, and in a country that struggles continually with sicknesses and poverty, His children are forever filled with faith, strength and love.January 21, 2016
- FOOD, TRAVEL
As Tyler and I sat closely in our small 12 seater prop plane, we could hear the sounds of the rumbling engine beneath us as we descended to our landing. We touched down on the dirt Satara airstrip and were overwhelmed with excitement, knowing the moment we stepped off the plane, the adventure of a lifetime would begin.
From the moment we stepped off the plane, we were pampered with kindness, elegance, adventure, and the added African character that we instantly fell in love with. The native people exude happiness and a sense of contentment that we can’t describe, but we’re so attracted to. They’re so grateful for life and it’s contagious!January 13, 2016