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Travel Blogs from Inhambane
... back in the 10th century Persian and Arab traders bartered their goods and later on came the Portuguese. Now it is a touristy town due to the beautiful beaches and clear water.
We parked the car near the pier and walked to the end. Men were trying to sell us a ferry ride across the bay. We choose not to and we preferred to spend our time at the beach later on today. At the end of the pier there were a few fishing boats and people ...
... life. We rolled backward off the boat to the count of three and attempted a negative descent which means that you simply sink straight away and meet at he bottom. Cat and I both failed this as we didn't have enough weight to sink!! Luckily the guy who's job it was to mop up the slow ones at the back of the group got us extra weights from the boat and we descended just a few minutes behind the others.
Immediately on reaching the bottom out group moved to the edge of the ...
... number to phone them to get them to email Tofo to confirm I’d done the dive. Fingers crossed. And then another thing on top of this, our private beach hut we’d booked through the dive centre wasn’t as near to the dive centre as we’d hoped (and assumed seeing as they offered it) and was a 300m drive down the road. But it turned out we could easily walk to the dive centre across the beach each morning so it was ok, and the hut had enough ...
From Vilanculos it took me two mini buses and a ferry ride to get to the beach village of Tofo know for the worlds largest concentration of whale sharks and giant manta-rays.
Diving in sites called manta reef and galleria didn't disappoint reefs ...
... then take it off when he gets
back 'cos he uses his bakkie all the time here. He asks for
another brochure and off we go, hoping that one day soon he'll pick
up the phone and buy one from Richard.
As we get back onto the main road we
pass women sitting on upturned plastic buckets, feet spread wide,
with basins full of their vegetables for sale in front of them.
We've got enough of everything. We're off to Zavora!