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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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... a little pool. This is amazing. Hi james here. So we arrive in the middle of the night at the sand dunes which is where this amazing thatched cottage is. when we walk up the steps we were automatically gob smacked by the utter beauty of this amazing place. we walked in and saw the Pool and I immediately chucked on some swimming trunks and dived in there whilst mum and dad wondered round chatting about how gorgeous it was. we were so tired from our 3 day journey so we went to ...
... forced to leave (someone told me that at one point there were only six qualified doctors in the entire country). Civil war followed, between Frelimo (the FRont for the LIberation of MOzambique, now the ruling party) and Renamo (Mozambiquan National Resistance - more on them in a later entry). That lasted right up until 1992, with the two sides supported by other countries. Since then it has been more or less peaceful (again, more on this later), although ...
... with longing eyes at the seafood restaurants. Our budget's feeling a bit strained after the night at the hotel. Tomorrow morning 5am we head to Fatima's Nest, the sister backpackers up north in Tofo.
Maputo has been lovely. A city marked with beautiful architecture, painted tiled walls (similar to Moroccan style, we aren't familiar and therefore can't compare with that of Portugal), stunning metal work fencing ...
... et on cherche l’autobus… est-il déjà passé, si oui, il nous attend ou est-il parti, si oui, où sont nos bagages, et où sont ces fameux taxis pour Maputo… on cherche et on demande, il ne semble pas être encore passé. Après 10 minutes à notre grand soulagement l’autobus se rapproche du poste de la frontière… jamais cru d’être si content de voir un autobus, nous embarquons et nous repartons… un peu triste, quand même, de voir qu’un ...
... been disastrous, but luckily the german guy with us had been before and knew where he was going! The place we were staying was absolutely beautiful - it was a camp with african style tents and chalets, and we were staying in 2 huge tents with beds and duvets, next to a hot shower and flushing toilet. Next to an amazing bar was a swimming pool and plenty of sun beds, and everything was covered in fairy lights. We had hit gold, and for just 400 meticais ...