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... town area.
The visit here wasn't a complete disaster though, there were a couple of good bits. One evening we visited the fish market for dinner: you wander round the market, pick out what you want to eat (fish, crabs, lobster, etc), then a nearby restaurant cooks it up for you for a small fee. Even though seafood isn't really my favourite, was a really fun evening out.
Still, it was a relief to leave the city and head north to the beaches...
... also works in the business and was driving back to Tzaneen a couple of days after I got there. So free ride into SA. Liked Maputo quite a bit and went out for food twice with ed and one night bumped into some business associates of his and they bought us dinner. Ideal as I'm coming to the end of my ...
... miss the bus and be stuck negotiating another way of getting to Maputo, so I left the building and started up a manmade curved path. I slowed down a bit as I got to the curve, just to make sure that André could still see me. I saw that Michel was coming out of the building at that point too. We were all in line of sight. Good.
At the top of the curved path, I got a better understanding of the scenario... to my right, vehicles were lining up to get checked so they could ...
... again at home!
On Thursday night we went for dinner at a local Italian restaurant with some trainees, followed by ice cream and then home! I stayed up until 3am working because I had asked for the Friday off, so had to finish all my work first!
The mere 3 hours sleep I got on Thursday night was completely worth it though... Claudia (a trainee from Portugal) and I went on an adventure to Bilene, a beach further up the coast. Although we were 2 non-Mozambican ...
... places on the coast and the capital Maputo. A diver’s paradise, the beaches on the south coast are pristine white sands and crystal clear waters. We went deep sea snorkeling alongside whale sharks, leatherback turtles and dolphins. However the highlight for me was horse riding, mostly because it was just me and a guide trotting through palm tree forests and galloping along the water’s edge on the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Turismo Maputo
Very low standars, not very clean, allways a strange smell in the lobby.
Just for work and nothing else. The staff are nice, the food in restaurant was medium.
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