quarta-feira, 29 de julho de 2009


Hi everyone,
We still don't have THE big news we are waiting for, that Gabriel has been found alive and is on his way back home. Although we have some positive news.

Last Monday (27th July), they finished searching the whole area between Chisepo Hut, where Gabriel was last seen, and the top of Mulanje Mount, the Sapitwa Peak, where he was heading for. One would normally take three hours to cover this distance on foot. The rescue team looked for him in each hole of each cave, each bush. They still haven't found any signs of our dear friend.

The local guides in Mulanje see this as a positive thing, so do we. This is the coldest bit of the mountain, so in a way it's good to know that Gabriel is not there. This is another reason for us to believe that he is lost in the forest area in the middle of the mountain. In the past, people who got lost in this same area for up to three weeks have been found alive.

So we are focusing all our efforts in the search for Gabriel in this forest area. We have eight Canadian and American rescue experts starting to help in the search today Wed (29th July).

Thank you very much for all your help. Please let's keep sending Gabriel positive thoughts, strength and energy. We believe we can help him a great deal by sending him love and light, even if we are physically away.

We will keep you posted.

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