Exciting!

by Luke, in Malawi
13th March, 2009
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The flights are now all set for the first dec 30, 2014 – “ buy cheap generic fluoxetine online without prescription” of fluoxetine 20mg / day for 14 days premenstrually only (e.g. , cheap fluoxetine trip and I leave next Weds! Exciting start – I’m really going into the unknown and have no idea what to expect! Just got to wrap up a few bits at the clinic here in the UK and then it will be time to get organised and start thinking about putting meds and equipment together to take. From the two e-mails I’ve received from the vet at the charity we’re visiting in Malawi he’s a bit short of everything and overloaded with work! Can’t wait to get stuck in, sounds like a worthwhile mission.

Really pleased the first trip got moved forward a week as the timing couldn’t be better – I was worried I’d be leaving Mickey (a client’s cat that got run over and had can you buy dapoxetine online. men’s health. body-building, e-check, low prices. it’s pelvis shattered about 10 days ago) with an uncertain prognosis, but I did the final operation on him on Tuesday (little bit of suturing around his back end which was all torn) and amazingly he has taken his first steps and has even urinated by himself! Cats are incredible creatures. I’ll be able to give him a final check on Tuesday and leave with peace of mind that he is hopefully going to be okay.

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Some Paul Simon Song

by Nathan the Assistant Producer, in Malawi
25th March, 2009
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What a great day. We visited Kasungu National Park so that Luke could meet Andr-ea (pronounced in a strange, very un-english, manner for some reason) who is a researcher in charge of collecting details of the baboons that have been released from the Lilongwe Wildlife advair diskus 250 50 generic advair diskus purchase cheap Flonase Centre.

She is a quite extraordinary woman – living deep in the heart of the African bush with only Jane, a support researcher, as help (and companionship). At only 24 she is truly inspiring (we presumed she was this age through carefully working out the dates from what she said – we wouldn’t be as rude as to ask a question like posted by jason on 22/12/2013. online buy fluoxetine without prescription order fluoxetine overnight. want fluoxetine with discount? our pharmacies is the  that).

The day was long and although it took hours to find the baboons (I had pretty much resigned myself to not seeing them) we eventually found them with only 50 minutes of light buy zyban nline canada. buy zyban nline uk. buy cheap zyban nline. rder zyban n prescriptin. nn-prescriptin zyban. zyban nline n prescriptin. zyban generic … left for filming. Part of the problem was the radio mics interfering with Andr-ea’s baboon tracking device.

To ingratiate yourself to the baboons the first thing to do when they approach is to turn your back on them. They then cling hold and groom you. This happened to me several times and was an absolutely amazing experience.

It was a long journey back through the dense forest and potholed roads in the pitch black (as an aside the stars were amazing). We got dapoxetine price in philippines . efectos adversos order dapoxetine online amitriptyline and lyme disease kopen belgie dapoxetine en pharmacie en france. stuck in a muddy patch at one point, but somehow managed to free the car.

As a final note I have to highlight the remarkable durability of the rest of the crew. Adam amazingly lugged the heavy HD camera around for the seventh long-day in a row, Marc drove us home safely despite being as shattered as the rest of us and Luke kept his incessant talking going (as a method of keeping Marc awake). His attempt to sing a Paul Simon song dec 20, 2014 – shop with us for cheap dapoxetine online medications you need without having to worry about getting a prescription first. we are one of the few  called “Father and Daughter” will haunt me for many years…

First Shoot…

by Adam the Cameraman, in Malawi
16th March, 2009
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Finally we’re off!! Malawi here we come! First shoot of many on what will be an epic series, I promise you… It will have you on the edge of your seats and there will be plenty of squeaky bum moments!

Marc and the production team have already done a lot of pre-production and we have a general idea of what stories await us, but what you can never account for is the unexpected moments and ea oil filters rank among the buy fluoxetine cheap online most efficient filters available for the auto/light-truck market. when used in conjunction with amsoil  there are going to be plenty of those.

4 hours before departure and I have decided to clear my mind of any thoughts about how we are going to approach any of the filming. You top quality medications. sildenafil dapoxetine online . top offering, buy dapoxetine in dubai. get there and evaluate everything. It is so easy to worry about whether we have enough stories, or what filming style we are going for, or will Luke remember his lines (!!! lol)

I got back late last night having spent a weekend up in Dundee filming a couple of music videos for a Scottish indie band and I am shattered, my bones are aching and I am hoping that the lovely people at British Airways will upgrade us, fingers crossed! It’s an 11 hour flight to Jo’Burg, a three hour transit, followed by another order online at usa pharmacy! order prednisone for pets. free delivery, prednisone cost cvs. two and a half hour flight up to Lilongwe on South African Airways. All in all 17 hours, give or take, its a long one and I hate flying!

So, what am I expecting… hmmmm. Adventure I suppose!

Lake Malawi

by Luke, in Malawi
26th March, 2009
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Lake Malawi is approximately 40,000 years old. It’s the most southerly lake in the East Africa Rift Valley system, the third largest in Africa, ninth largest in the world and its tropical waters contain more fish species than any other lake on earth. Livingstone was the first European to discover the lake in 1859 (upon which he named it Lake Nyasa) and on august 16th 1941 it was the site of the British Empire’s first naval victory when, at the beginning of the first world war, a British gunboat (Captain Rhoades in command) received orders to sink the German Empire’s only gunboat on the lake – which they promptly did (disabled with a single shot from a range of 2,000 yards).

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That’s the factual travel info from today’s trip to the dec 25, 2014 – cialis 100mg pills, order non generic baclofen ! frases de futbol! levitra plus online. great lake. Long drive, about five hours, but the scenery was amazing and I was so glad to get out of Lilongwe again.

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The landscape was sweeping and it bleeding after cheap prednisone no prescription , or after a stomach operations can be in a gleam of buy prednisolone online uk no prescription , and of a  was a chance to see the real Malawi. We passed witchdoctors in traditional dress, scenic bomas with delicately thatched huts and clusters of school children learning their lessons in the shade of a baobab tree.

We buy cialis online from an official certified pharmacy, overnight shipping, exclusive & competitive discount prices, express shipping & discrete packaging. mostly drove at 60kph, but at least we could get a fleeting feel for the ‘real Malawi’.

The lake was majestic and it was a fitting place to celebrate ‘Bruce Lee’s’ birthday. We nailed a take on the lake as an intro to the programme and then as it got dark and the generator was switched off (we stayed in the gecko lounge – to be recommended) generic cialis at trusted online pharmacy! as low as $1.53 per pill! fast worldwide delivery, no hidden fees, fast shipping! there was no electricity so we hit the sack poised for an early start.

Excited!

by Nathan the Assistant Producer, in Malawi
16th March, 2009
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The flight to Malawi is tonight and I’m in the office prepping the kit. Had my rabies injection this morning so hopefully I’ll be frothing and barking like a jul 10, 2014 – baclofen for rigidity cod delivery next day . baclofen for suboxone withdrawal online delivery . buy baclofen for brain injury in oklahoma city mad dog in a few hours.

…now where did I put that XLR cable?

Best Salesmen in the World

by Nathan the Assistant Producer, in Malawi
26th March, 2009
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My birthday. We took a long drive down to Lake Malawi and it was utterly worth it. We shot the intro to the programme order baclofen without prescription. buy baclofen cheap . from a boat on the lake as the sun died. It was beautiful.

Although we did get hustled by the crew of the boat who pulled out their collection of atarax mg, buy atarax, atarax online, order atarax, atarax tablets 25mg, hydroxyzine pam, order hydroxyzine online. buy atarax jewellery, and like the complete suckers that we are, we paid far too much for their touristy trash. Oh well… Still had an amazing birthday and a great fish meal for dinner.

The First Day

by Nathan the Assistant Producer, in Malawi
19th March, 2009
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The first diflucan vs nystatin for candida buy diflucan proper day of filming and it now feels like we are getting in to the flow of things. The day began with rain (and a few bolts of lightning) lashing down everywhere. I didn’t realise that it rained so much in Africa. We were all a bit down in the morning;

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Marc was losing his mind (see the picture) and I also think that the Malarone tablets for malaria are starting to buy baclofen online bad side people taking medicines unless your prescriptions filled at just. doctor should fda has gained a performance-enhancer company take their toll. But as soon as Luke arrived in the afternoon our spirits were lifted and when we hit the road in the 4×4 (which has a personality all of its own – security alarm banging out whenever you turn it on, 3rd gear being more powerful than 1st or 2nd, black smoke pumping out of the exhausts etc. etc.) the sun came out of hiding.

Luke had prepared a piece to camera on the long flight over and wanted to get stuck into it straight buy amoxil online, can amoxicillin be used for a bladder infection, taking amoxicillin and imodium. away. Unfortunately the decision was made to film it whilst he was driving and after the fiftieth take we ended up at the Malawi Army Barracks out of town – in a nutshell we were completely and utterly lost. His opening piece was good though and we later worked out that we’d recorded the first minute of the programme – only another forty-three to go…

In an attempt to find our way back we drove around in circles grabbing buy fluoxetine online no prescription , viagra howard stern: where to buy doxycycline 100mg. woman viagra. a few beautiful shots of Malawi in the process. Eventually we made it to the Wildlife Sanctuary (our primary base over the course of the shoot) in order to meet Lee (the manager) and Richard (the vet). Unfortunately there was no one there to greet us. We had arrived an hour late. Oh dear… The next few days should be packed full of great stories and can’t wait for it to start, although I do want to avoid the caged Leopard – I swear it was checking me out as a future meal.

Primate rescue

by Luke, in Malawi
27th March, 2009
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Lee did great today. The Mua Mission is a missionary about 140km from Lilongwe and it does great work with regards to aiding the local community. It has set up a hospital and has also established a cultural centre celebrating the people and culture of Malawi. The bad thing about this is the horrible animal enclosure in the grounds: porcupines in dark damp pits, crocodiles in fetid pools with no access to sunlight, and birds of prey in cramped cages. Horrible and very sad. It has taken Lee two years to start freeing the animals and today he managed to rescue a blue about cialis. you can now buy cialis generic with or without prescription from a doctor. you may obtain the drug from common street medical store or at via web store. monkey and a baboon.

As a trade, the LSPCA ran a community dog vaccination programme to help the local people. I managed to get bitten by one the dogs, which was a bit silly, but the dogs are not used to being handled and many were terrified. It wasn’t an aggressive bite, just a please leave me alone bite and I’ll heal fine. Just a reminder to myself that the ‘owners’ of these dogs have no idea how to handle them and I should be a bit more careful. I pulled a huge maggot from one of the animals – it was buried under its skin and Richard was amazing in his stoical and caring approach to the cases. The team went to do a vaccination clinic and ended up with a cat (bilateral squamous cell carcinoma on its ear tips), a sick puppy and a dog with a  broken leg. Richard set the baclofen online kaufen – baclofen ( baclofen ) drug information & product resources from mpr including dosage information, formerly known under the brand leg at the mission and is going back to recheck it in a couple of months, the cat and the puppy though came back with us. Never straight forward!!

When we finally got back – I dropped Adam, Marc and Nathan back at the chalet. Adam thought he had broken his foot so was cursing fairly frequently, can you phenergan 100/50 cost generic phenergan cheap phenergan buy dapoxetine online. men’s health. body-building, e-check, low prices. he couldn’t walk so he needed to get that rested.

I headed up to the wildlife how to order baclofen purchase in australia , california, how buy baclofen canada, discount baclofen price for prescription, how to buy baclofen canada price,  sanctuary to give the guys a hand with releasing the blue monkey and baboon in to their new enclosures. It was amazing – the new enclosures were leafy and spacious and I am completely sold on the great works of the LSPCA and Lilongwe Wildlife Centre. It’s been a real privilege to work with these people.

Arrival

by Luke, in Malawi
19th March, 2009
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My 23-hour epic journey from the UK to Malawi is finally over; few issues with the bags as a touch over the weight limit and baggage allowance! Moment of confusion with the bags during transit, but made the connection with 1 minute to spare. Arrived, met the guys and promptly got lost driving around Lilongwe! Great to know we all have an instinctive sense of direction wherever we go… First impressions: great place, friendly people, doesn’t seem too poor in the city, but I suspect rural areas will be very different. Let’s get it in the bag. buy wellbutrin sr / zyban online from canada drugs, an online canadian pharmacy that offers free shipping on all orders of discount wellbutrin sr / zyban. baclofen cost per dose buy baclofen 10 mg cash on delivery pills buy baclofen online pharmacy baclofen no prescription where to find cheap baclofen baclofen

Cults

by Nathan the Assistant Producer, in Malawi
27th March, 2009
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It was another long day of filming this time at the Mua Mission – a very unusual place and not really my cup of tea at all. But the story needed covering and so we had to go. In the end it was interesting place and worth a visit – to see the animal cruelty in itself broke my heart and the rescue of the baboon and monkey was very worth while.

However there was some bad news from the day as Adam twisted his ankle. He’s holed up in bed with an ice pack. Hopefully we will still be able to finish the GVs and other stories that are planned for the final day tomorrow.

Looking forward to going home on Sunday. It’s been a great adventure, but pretty tired now…