Hotel Tivoli Maputo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... then told we have to fill it in so we put in the name of the restaurant we plan to eat at and that seems to satisfy the immigration officer. He then disappears with our passports for an age and we are very worried we will never see them again. Eventually he reappears without our passports and says they are with his boss. After another age he reappears with the passports. We then need to have our photos taken and fingerprints. He must have tried to take ...
... proceeded to act very annoyed about my 'lack of respect to the police'. Cue half an hour of discussion and apologies while they angled for a 'fine', or alternately a trip to the police station where they would 'wash my face to teach me respect' - still not sure what that means exactly, but I wasn't in a hurry to find out. Fortunately I'd met a Portuguese guy in the hostel and it was pretty helpful having someone to translate. Not a pleasant ...
... colour to the streets, the shoe sales on most street corners (new and second hand) and the many billboards in Portuguese that make for much amusement in the deciphering. I think often of the now distant memory of Portuguese lessons I had with the lovely Brazilian Carol, words looking very familiar but not close enough in my mind to grasp. There was even a billboard woven wicker like a picnic basket, advertising Mcel, quite the contradiction. ...
... repas préparé en notre honneur, ceci n’était vraiment pas prévu mais, oh combien apprécié après une journée pleine d’émotions. Nous étions à Maputo accueilli comme des rois, dans un superbe appartement, les ravages de la guerre étaient invisibles, aucune violence et pas un moustique à l’horizon… hmmm ok on verra…
Nov 10 From Averil
Going from South Africa to Moçambique (or Mozambique) was quite an adventure. We are renting a car from ...
... ourselves at the Costa do Sol restaurant which boasts attendance from Tom Jones himself and also claims to be the home of the LM prawn. With a definite taste of former glory, the hotel restaurant still managed to serve our liquid requirements. After an ice cold Dois M we decided to head in the direction of some more restaurants we had seen earlier.
This proved to be a hike of epic proportions, with the spots we had seen always suspiciously “around the ...