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

    Thirty hours in Mozambique

    A travel blog entry by erinmckenney on May 11, 2015

    5 photos

    ... Cambine mission: the coastline, an abundance of palm trees, women in colorful print skirts balancing all manner of wares on their heads, and swerving, honking trucks stuffed not with goods, but with people.

    As we turned off the highway onto the dirt road that leads to Cambine, Claus remarked that the road was in the best condition it had been in for months. So if you believe you can find ...

    Mozambique part 1: road to tofo and tofo 1

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... the term "first world problems to him", which he found bewildering. I shared my travel stories with him, which he enjoyed. At every stop, throngs of people hawking food, Fruits, flashlights, soap and everything else you can imagine swamped the bus. Mozambiquean bus commerce can be quite overwhelming, you feel a bit like an animal in a zoo surrounded by humans trying to sell you stuff. When I finally arrived in tofo, I made my way to a hotel and managed ...

    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 ...

    It took two people for that solo"

    A travel blog entry by aumcafrica2013 on Aug 02, 2013


    ... see this little baby in an orphanage, it is such a blessing to see how each child cares for one another. Whether it be a ten year old bringing prince to me or the children holding each other's hands as they walk, it is apparent that they have created their own family.

    As Mo said at devotion tonight, "here I am God; what do I do next?" I cannot wait for what this next week has in store!!

    -- Jennifer


    Our first day of work

    A travel blog entry by aumcafrica2013 on Jul 29, 2013


    ... This guest house actually employees three individuals and provides some income for the compound as well.

    Today was our first full day of work. It was a gorgeous day with a lovely breeze. We started the morning by moving part of the wood supply from the storage to the work area. The highlight of the day was working with the seminary students. It was a great opportunity to get to know them a little bit and begin to put names ...