Coconut Bay

Address: 5km North of Guinjata Bay, Inhambane, Mozambique | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 5km North of Guinjata Bay, Inhambane.
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    Travel Blogs from Inhambane

    Day seven

    A travel blog entry by hitchensgotozim on Nov 01, 2015

    13 photos

    ... places called Neptune's and then drove home. We are seriously warm with the day's sun and full up. We gave the waiter a lift home and he sat in the back with the boys and we asked him lots of questions about his life here. Her showed us his house and told us what the different building are for and how he made his soak away for his loo. When we dropped him off we met his wife and we saw his lovely son of 2.5 years again. His wife was pretty and a little shy ...

    The church bells rang

    A travel blog entry by erinmckenney on May 17, 2015

    8 photos

    ... ok the cupcakes were lime because the trees here are loaded with limes.

    Later we all went for a walk in the Cambine bush enjoying the afternoon and marveling at God's creation. When we got back, our electric was back on aftter another 12+ hour outage. It was a good daz, full of our Lord's blessings.


    Yesterday afternoon, we spent several hours popping pipoco (popcorn) to take to the orphanage for ...

    Mozambique part 3: a diving milestone

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Sep 15, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... humpback whale swam past, but no one else saw it. It's the second time I've been a whisker away from seeing a humpback on scuba. :-( As we bobbed around the surface, we noticed two teenage whales slapping each other. It's breeding season for the Humpback whales now, so it's common to spot 10 of them on the the surface to and fro the dive site. Sometimes you get to see a mother whale push a baby whale to the surface to teach it how to breathe. At times it seems like ...


    A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jun 17, 2014

    4 photos

    ... opposition rebels have intensified, meaning it is no longer safe to drive the way we were hoping to. This isn't too much of a problem, it just means we have to head back South, into SA and up to Zim that way. It means some more longer drives, but better safe than sorry! We'll have 3 or 4 days of driving followed by two or three weeks in a relatively small area with minimal driving, so at least there will be a pot of gold at the end of the ...

    Enjoying a Snorkel

    A travel blog entry by jcastellan on Nov 20, 2013

    57 photos

    ... 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 ...