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Travel Blogs from Vilanculos
... morning and estimated to get us to our destination around midday.
After returning and relocating our possessions to a dorm, as the ethnic hut was no longer available to us, we spent the afternoon lazing about, writing, blogging and taking a short walk on the picture postcard beach. Dinner was had, accompanied by Tipo Tinto, the local rum, much to Martin's delight, and we retired early to get some good rest for the day ahead.
Andrea for the ...
... managed to eat a whole one.
The next day we split up,with Hayley staying in town to organise our snorkelling trip to the Bazaruto island and Mick, Gilly and myself heading North up the coast to Inhassore to check our the bay and meet up with one of Mick's old fishing friends. Hayley focused on her tan that day.
The next day we, together with Will whom we met up with again in Vilanculos, were hoping to head off for some epic ...
... also buy prawns when he had any.
Well, he was walking along with a decidedly stretched looking blue
plastic bag and waved frantically to us. He had our prawns, he said.
We had been warned to be careful. They put sand in the bag, they
put tiny prawns at the bottom of the packet, they do this, they do
that, the scale they pull out of their pocket is jippo'd etc.etc. I
made him tip them out.
“Onto the grass?” he
... before he's able to reach a vein. Turns out that hairy men are more evolved... who knew.
After two days of staying at Zombie Cucumber, we embarked on two day ocean safari. An ocean safari is pretty much what it sounds like, we drive around in the equivalent of an ocean jeep looking for ocean lions and ocean elephants. We woke up early, had a nice breakfast and waited for our pick up. They were a half an hour late because they forgot about us so by the time we got to ...
Vilankulo marks the top end of the common southern tourist trail in Mozambique. It's main attraction is the Bazaruto Archipelago which lies just offshore. Unfortunately I was still nursing pneumonia and had already done three archipelago's in a row starting with Zanzibar. It also didn't give me that relaxed beach vibe which you hope for in a beach town. As such, there wasn't much in Vilankulo to keep ...
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