Girassol Indy Congress Hotel & Spa

Address: Rua Macombe Nongue-Nongue, R.1.373, Maputo, 1750, Mozambique | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rua Macombe Nongue-Nongue, R.1.373, Maputo, is near Barra Beach and Bazaruto National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Maputo

    Mozambique here we come

    A travel blog entry by salmorton01 on Jul 14, 2015

    9 photos

    ... 15 minutes. Apparently the Internet was causing problems! Then it was Derek's turn and the computer played up while recording his fingerprint and he had to do that about ten times or more. Finally he seems happy and disappears again with our passports and the extortionate amount of money charged for the visa (about $90 each). We then have to wait another 45 minutes. Cedric eventually asks a senior officer to investigate and he comes back to say that they are printing ...

    Mtunzini, Dundee and Mozambique

    A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jun 12, 2014

    5 photos

    ... is no way we wanted to drive those roads in the dark. The journey took about 10 hours in total, including 2 border posts and a ferry ride right at the end. To be honest, the border posts were slightly less stressful that we had prepared ourselves for. We drove through Swaziland, an absolutely beautiful, very green, very flat country, and made it to the border at Mozambique. It was strange to hear Portuguese, especially coming from Africans, but everyone at the border ...

    A more exotic place

    A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Jan 10, 2014

    19 photos

    ... due to a derailment. Every time we got on and off the bus we were mobbed by guys wanting to sell us clothing, pens and loads of other stuff we definitely did not want. The only advantage of the bus was that it was a place to dive into to escape them. There was certainly no threat to ourselves and the city was just a modern African city with plenty of affluence and certainly nothing like the way the lecturer had pictured it. Ok there was the poverty but it was not as ...

    World cruise 2013

    A travel blog entry by nando64 on Apr 08, 2013

    4 photos

    On our 87th day we docked at Mozambique's capitol and largest city Maputo, waiting in line for the shuttle to the city with a large group of people, when someone said that for $20.00 each we could take a on off vehicle built like a train. So rather than stand in the hot sun we hopped on the open cars. We crawled through the most horrendous traffic to a square bordered by a beautiful old train station with a statue of liberty ...

    Bom Dia, Mozambique!

    A travel blog entry by cat_and_ash on Feb 03, 2012

    22 photos

    ... Ash’s brother Rich and his girlfriend Emma.

    Our worst journey was in the back of an incredibly crowded pick-up truck, where the dirt road was so uneven we were left black and blue from bumping around for two hours! Long distance travel was not easy as buses in Mozambique leave very early (4am is normal but our earliest bus was at 1am) so their narrow upright seats feel very uncomfortable if you’re trying to catch up ...