Girassol Lichinga Hotel

Address: Av Filipe Samuel Magaia, Lichinga, Mozambique | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Av Filipe Samuel Magaia, Lichinga.
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    Travel Blogs from Lichinga

    Okay What I'd Get Myself Into

    A travel blog entry by lindbladtravels on Jun 30, 2015

    12 photos

    ... is available at a cost (and with the right equipment), but the only source of power is solar energy which has to be rationed carefully to ensure there is enough power to fuel basic lighting at night (in the cook area (wood fired stove), dining area, and store room. There is an old freezer that does refrigerate the food (kind of).

    There is currently one other volunteer staying at the camp, William, from Britain, an undergraduate apparently studying ...

    Illogical Logic - 5 days and 4 border crossings

    A travel blog entry by amyanddave on Jun 20, 2015

    18 photos

    Due to an ambitious agenda, we found ourselves leaving South Africa and deciding to push north quickly ensuring we would spend time in Tanzania and DRC on this trip. This agenda required us to cross four borders in five days, which is actually 8 borders if you count entry and exit daily. I do count entry and exit as each one can possibly provide hours of fun. As you can imagine, border crossings are the least desirable of activities given any continent, but especially Africa. So ...

    Horizontal Guiness

    A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Jun 03, 2015

    Just as I was starting to believe my own hype and was almost feeling comfortable swimming with deflated armbands in a thick, salty sea of discomfort, we stopped at the side of the road and people outside were shouting and pointing at me. I had my earphones in so I played it cool and ignored it, out of the corner of my eye I could see the shouting getting more and more raucous and I could no longer ignore it. I thought that maybe this was my time. As it turned out the ...

    Reliable, Punctual, Reliable

    A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Jun 03, 2015

    So *******n reliable that the buses say it twice on the side. So 'reliable' (which as far as I was aware means that one can rely upon them or it) that the 10am bus was delayed until 11am then cancelled, then back on again for 11.30 and arrived at midday - not just reliable but also punctual and of course 'reliable'.

    There was standing room only on the bus, apart from one of the live chickens who was taking up ...

    Cease Trading

    A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Jun 03, 2015

    I woke up feeling really good about my time in Senga Bay but it was time to leave before it literally took the shirt off my back. I forgot to mention that another unwanted trade arrangement had been taking place since the previous morning and although I didn't really want the painting that was now rolled up in my bag, I had at least made plenty of space for it by offloading some old T-shirts. The more I looked at the painting the more I began ...