Polana Serena Hotel
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... how many cars and trucks did not have rear lights working and when you are travelling at 120kms/hour that is pretty scary, as is overtaking the massive double trucks at this speed or more. Derek and I sat in the back just waiting for an accident to happen. Fortunately Ced is a good driver and we eventually get back to the border. Leaving Mozambique is a much simpler process than arriving there and so we eventually arrive home after a very exciting ...
... in India for instance. There were many old unfinished buildings set against brand new ones. Poverty sitting side by side with affluence. Next we went to the local market which compared to some we had seen was beautifully organised with very good fruit for sale. The fish stalls were a bit smelly but in that heat it wasn't surprising! Next stop was to cross the road and see the outside of the city hall which was apparently designed by Eiffel. Next to this was a ...
... as do the people.
My son, Randy, with World Vision, is doing his best to do what he/they can to change the lives of Mozamzibian residents. He won a grant this week for $1,000,000 to provide clean water to 60,000 students and their teachers.
I'm very proud of his and Sarah's efforts to make Mozambique a better place for everyone.
Here's to Randy and Sarah.
... ahead, I walked quickly to what turned out to be the South Africa Customs Office a mere few hundred meters in front. Just as I was thinking that this all wasn't so bad, a lady officer reviewed and stamped my passport, and gave me some general directions on where to go for visas since I was still in S.A. at that point. I have to admit that I got a slight bit nervous once I understood that I was now leaving S.A. and walking into who knows where/what. However, I definitely didn't ...
... to the local central market to get some fresh fruit and vegetables would be a good idea. After hitting our local breakfast spot for some strong coffee we decided we would get better acquainted with local transport and hailed the next available 'Chapa' (16 seater Hi-Ace taxis). It was an interesting ride, and just when we thought they could fit no more than 21 people in, they stopped for 1 more – who ended up sitting on the centre console and had to stand up every ...