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As small waves rock my body gently back and forth in the clear warm water, and moonlight pours down over the nearby rocky shoreline of this enormous Rift Valley Lake, I wonder why it took me so long to come to Africa.  I also wonder how I could have been misled into believing Africa was only about watching wildlife.  Floating in one of the planet’s biggest and deepest lakes, I sense one of travel’s greatest pleasures coming on.  It is that rare combination of physical stimulation and a kind of spiritual awe.  I am physically stimulated by the caress of crystal-clear water that, if it were a couple degrees cooler or warmer, would not be nearly as perfect as it is.  And I am in quiet awe of the vast, blue beauty of Lake Malawi, shimmering under a full moon.  

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Posted January 15, 2012 by MJF Images in Uncategorized

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