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... we dined in MDR and went to the Saloon for an after dinner martini. It was the Blue Lagoon, one which we like. From there we went to see the show, Dancing with the Stars. It was a packed audience and the show was great. We really enjoyed seeing three people who work on the ship, learn the dance steps in 10 days. They really put on a great show.
Tomorrow we will arrive in Richard's Bay for our very first safari.
Until next ...
Thought for the day: "The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The second best time to plant a tree is now." Old African proverb as retold by Ambassador Tony Leon during a lecture on the Crystal Serenity.
Mozambique is another sad, sorry country, nothing unusual for Africa. Perhaps it's not as destitute as Madagascar, but it’s hard to make any comparisons given the very short time we spent in each country. ...
... early afternoon. The storm front from yesterday has passed. Normal service is resumed. Blue sky. Sun. Drive along the Marginal - the coast road. Exactly like Salvador, Brasil. The whole beach is grotty and littered with human detritus. Fisherman pick fish out of their nets. The only sign of activity.
Market stall holder hermetically seals bags of nuts by melting the plastic bag over a candle to seal the ends.
April 2, 2013
Day 87 – Maputo, Mozambique
I had so much fun today! It always helps when I start my day on a tour bus with Kent and Mark and George (the guest chef) and Neil (his partner). They are just so much fun to be around so of course we were all carrying on the whole morning! We just had a 3.5 hour highlights tour around the city. This was another place that they've been warning us about as far as ...
... It was really a gongshow.
We got our visas, made sure we had receipts for them (you need them for border crossing), and then went searching for our bus... hoping that it hadn't passed yet. Ten minutes later, we saw the Greyhound bus coming through... we had not missed it and we had visas in hand - yay! Not everyone was so fortunate though... the husband of a lady (and father of small baby) got left behind. He would've needed to take a mini-bus or a taxi to get to ...