Have arrived safely at the PIH facility in Neno after about 45 minutes on a tarmac road and about an hour on a dirt road. I'm becoming quite the connoisseur of dirt roads. This one is more rocky as we climb the side of several hills whereas most of the others we have been on are more sandy.
The caps lock key on my laptop seems to have inverted itself somehow on the ride. So when the green light is depressed, I get normal upper and lower case but when it's out, THE LETTERS ARE ALL UPPER CASE. (Seems to have something to do with the "num lock" key. ) But other than that, we and our equipment seem to have survived the journey.
The other big news is that there is wifi in the guest house--the fastest connection we've yet had in Malawi--so I'll be able to post items throughout the week. Alas, no Celtel mobile service but Malawi Telekom is supposed to work.