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Women and children gather at the local market in Central Zambia.

Women and children gather at the local market in Central Zambia.

Deriving from its centralized topography and hospitable locals, Malawi, or “the warm heart of Africa” is a befitting nickname for a family-rooted community of farmers, cultivating anything from pineapple, guava, and mango to tea, coffee, and tobacco. They’ll likely hand over a sample or invite you in for a traditional village dance if you can say hello in Chewa, the country’s national language—or just muster up a smile.

Deriving from its centralized topography and hospitable locals, Malawi, or “the warm heart of Africa” is a befitting nickname for a family-rooted community of farmers, cultivating anything from pineapple, guava, and mango to tea, coffee, and tobacco. They’ll likely hand over a sample or invite you in for a traditional village dance if you can say hello in Chewa, the country’s national language—or just muster up a smile.

Temporary Story by Vadim Sahakian. The idea was to road trip from Alaska to Los Angeles, explore Southern and Central Africa, and tour South America on dirt bikes. Reaching a tipping point, my friend and I decided it was time. We booked a one-way ticket to Alaska, bought a used truck, and hit the road.

Temporary Story by Vadim Sahakian. The idea was to road trip from Alaska to Los Angeles, explore Southern and Central Africa, and tour South America on dirt bikes. Reaching a tipping point, my friend and I decided it was time. We booked a one-way ticket to Alaska, bought a used truck, and hit the road.

Africa | Kuba people Cap Mask.  This mask was photographed Life magazine photographer Eliot Elisofon, while being danced in Muenshi village in 1972. Made of cloth, fiber, glass beads and cowrie shells.

Africa | Kuba people Cap Mask. This mask was photographed Life magazine photographer Eliot Elisofon, while being danced in Muenshi village in 1972. Made of cloth, fiber, glass beads and cowrie shells.

Photo of the Day debuted on April 21, 2001, with this photograph of a Pygmy family setting out for a fishing trip in a flooded forest in the Congo

Photo of the Day debuted on April 21, 2001, with this photograph of a Pygmy family setting out for a fishing trip in a flooded forest in the Congo

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