The presidential debates of last week sparked a lot of dialogue. Romney won. Obama lost. Obama looked tired and was passive. Romney was presidential and assertive. Romney viewers felt they won and basked in the supposed victory and Obama viewers digested the bitter taste of alleged defeat. Apparently: One team won. One team lost. The analysis to follow is not about politics or the meat of the campaign. It’s not about the economy or the job rate or Obamacare. Rather, it’s about the psychology of how people get entrenched in staunchly affiliating themselves with one side. How does that happen? What does it mean? How does it shape the person and this country?
This piece of paradise is about as remote as it gets, and can only be reached by private boat. Located near the small fishing village Ruarwe on the northern shore of Africa's Malawi lake, this eco-lodge is surrounded by cascading waterfalls, mango trees, and jungle canopies. Their restaurant and bar lies within the granite boulders of an ancient waterfall and is lush with vegetarian snacks as well as a myriad of fresh fruit alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Between Nkhata Bay and Chitimba, Boghoyo, Malawi
Photo: Lake Paradise
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