Mice-kabob. Fried mice. Meet Holi Phiri, mice salesman. Mice-on-a-stick.
Children wave at us along Highway M-1.
Interesting approach to marketing.
Young men selling eggs
A very common mode of transport. It is walk or ride, if you have money.
Carrying straw possibly for roof repair or to market to sell or barter.
This is the source of much of the drinking water and the clothes cleaning water.
Two typical residences; first a mud house with a thatched roof and second, a brick house with a tin roof. Most bricks are made on site from the earth off their land.
Women sitting culling corn they will turn into Nsima, a from of ground up and dried maize.
Children are everywhere and often time unattended. This culture often holds hands and watch out for one another.
U.S. Embassy in the city of Lilongwe.
Crowded streets near the market and trading center.
Selling wood and electronics along the roadside.
Baby on her back, this woman catches are ride on the back of a bicycle.
Fresh pork anyone?
Walking is the most common mode of transport followed by bicycle. Malawians are very creative at transport of goods they sell or purchase.
The bicyclist in front as a piece of tin roof rolled up. The bicyclist to the rear has a mat, possibly his bed with him.
Children seeking our attention as we pass.