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... br> will go over to the island to-morrow.
Went to view the Views on the road island, which used to be the capitol of the country until around 1930. To get on the island we had to cross a 3 1/2 kilometre bridge
using a small truck with 14 other people. Mike and I got to share a
bag of rice to sit on! The island is a world heritage site because of
the old buildings. In the 15 century it was an ...
... things on their heads and I was shocked at how poor the majority of the people and city seem to be.
At the airport most of our bags were inspected, although since I am a woman, the male inspector was not allowed to go through my things. First main cultural difference experience.
We were met with stares wherever we went in Nampula, from the arrival hall to the small bank where we got our Mozambican Meticals. People were selling ...
... walk from one end to the other, there is still so much to see! On the second day we woke up really really early to watch the sunrise on the beach it was beautiful and we watched as all the fishing boats headed out to sea for the day. We then stumbled upon a little hotel that used to be a mansion but it was converted when the city was restored. It had an adorable little restaurant where we had a wonderful breakfast of bread, jam, ...
The Island of Mozambique lies off northern Mozambique, between the Mozambique Channel and Mossuril Bay, and is part of Nampula Province. Prior to 1898, it was the capital of colonial Portuguese East Africa.
Ole is joining us on our day trip today. The drive to the island is tar which makes for an easy ride – if not boring. The impressive bridge to the island lies stretched out in front of us. The skies are dotted with fluffy white clouds which reflect ...
... the top of this voice "chicken's nuts, chicken's nuts." everyone was so friendly and always fascinated by everything about us. after settling in for a couple of days, friends and family decided to take us on a little adventure...well lets not say little, a big adventure into the big blue ocean to go diving with the 16m long whale shark that roamed the deep waters. i ...