Radisson Blu Hotel, Maputo
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... a small group in a minibus with very vague air conditioning. However the temperature was hovering between 35 and 40 degrees so difficult to chill. First stop was the railway station which everyone thought had been designed by Gustaf Eiffel of the Paris Tower. However it turned out to be by a protégé of his. It was a rather quaint station with some old carriages but very much in need of a lick of paint. It was a working station but we noticed the only train had ...
... 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.
... 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 ...
... spoke Portuguese so everything was made a lot easier! After a 45 minute chappa ride we caught another 2 hour one. Normally chappa rides are slightly hot and sticky, but in this one we managed to nab the front seats, and so had interrupted views of terrible driving and spent the whole journey singing at the top of our voices to the delight (?) of the other passengers, It even resulted in me receiving a marriage proposal which I will take as a compliment! After the chappa dropped us ...
... victims of the 1998 Omagh Bomb on the 15th August by the IRA which is now the 14th Anniversary and Omagh is my home town. Still get chills thinking about the day it happened.
More Pizza again this week, this time with Mariá. Nowhere near as good as Mondays Pizza place but I guess it’s appropriate to have a disappointing pizza for a disappointing day.
Still today ended on high, come on people, How I met your Mother is a great TV show!