Hotel Zambeze

Avenida Eduardo Mondlane, 6, Tete, Mozambique | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Eduardo Mondlane, 6, Tete, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Tete

    Swingin Party

    A travel blog entry by mozambecrazy on Jul 31, 2014

    Life in Mozambique, life as an American in a town of people that have barely left their province, let alone country, removes a certain sense of reality indefinable until it is reattained. I am not a native speaker to this land and, despite all attempts at networking, I am still somewhat of an outsider possibly based in my nationality, upbringing, or in the simplicity of my ephemeral existence here. Such a metaphysical disconnect starts to wear away on a person and must ...

    The Past is a Grotesque Animal

    A travel blog entry by mozambecrazy on Jul 01, 2014

    It's the season for independence, it seems. Last week, on the 25th of June, was celebrated the 39th anniversary of Mozambique's anniversary. That's a crazy thought, isn't it? To think of a nation still in its infancy? Many people bemoan the corruption, disorganization, and poverty in this country, but I'm honestly and pleasantly surprised at how successful the country has been in such a short time. So, today, I wish to speak about nationalism. Although Wednesday ...

    The Rainbow Connection

    A travel blog entry by mozambecrazy on Jun 16, 2014

    In the basin of the Chiuta Valley, dead smack in the middle, sits the Kaleidoscope House. This technicolor dream set against the muted, arid tones of the savannah scrub grasses stands sentinel over the forgetful town of Kaunda and the northward passage to Zambia. Hedged by craggy and bristling mountains, the vast desert valley plays host to dried river beds and ancient traditions seen only rarely in other parts of Mozambique. Not ten years ago, before ...

    Earth Died Screaming

    A travel blog entry by mozambecrazy on Jun 14, 2014

    'War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning'. This was the title of a book I saw from behind plate glass for two years. That phrase scared me too much to ever pick up the book and start reading. It was such an intractable denouncement of the human condition that I preferably chose to eschew such an erratic philosophy and go about my ignorant life carefully shouting from behind a keyboard (the difference from that which I'm doing right now I still don't know). However, I've come ...

    Imitation of Life

    A travel blog entry by mozambecrazy on Jun 12, 2014

    I'd like to discuss a fairly controversial subject today. I'd like to put the warning out there that I am not an expert in this field, only an American living in Southern Africa for nine-ish months. If at any point you do not agree or are offended by what I have to say, I apologize and highly recommend you stop reading. Now, curled up in my fuzzy comforter and listening to Molly and the Zombies, I'm ready to begin (P.S. I'm pretty sure it's like snowing here or something. Jesus Christ ...