Travel Blogs from Vilanculos
So we joined a Nomads overland truck tour for the next week, the tour started a day or so before we joined it. There are 18 of us in total with our driver guide and a chef on board. Its a camping tour but fortunately for us most of the stops are actually accommodated and you have the option to upgrade when you arrive at places. We are sick of tents …
... at their amazing seamanship in contrast to the engines used to take us to the island in the first place. The wind in our faces, the blue sail bowing in the wind, sounds of splashing water at the sides of the dhow, stormy skies and the occasional spray of water on our backs made for a memorable setting. A beautiful rainbow behind us, as with most rainbows, remind us both so much of God's presence. ...
... beach hamock, wandering the local market, or at the watering hole.
Stay: Baobab Beach Backpackers $9US great staff and location
Bus: Can grab a bus anywhere along ...
... people they knew up to date with all
their “goings on.” They were fascinating emails and passed
around from friends to friends of friends. These two people with their
children really battled and more often than not, lived off the smell
of an oil rag after leaving their farm. Imagine feeding 104
horses! There was virtually nothing left for themselves as the horses
always came first as far as they were concerned.
... meet the boat. a dhow is a wooden sailboat that has been used for hundreds of years around the area. the water was extremely calm on the way out, so no sail. the beach was pristine, unspoiled and gorgeous. we had time to go down the coral reef and saw lots of fish, beautiful coral, a jellyfish and a ray. stupid me did not charge the underwater ...