Southern Sun Maputo
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... 8217;s that for fun? If you are interested in reading a real travel novel, try The Last Train to Zona Verde by Paul Theroux. I think it’s excellent. He’s a real traveler, doing so on his own by whatever means of transportation might be available, dining on the local food that he finds and visiting all the places Crystal cruisers usually pass up. He writes that the word “slumming” dates from 1884 ...
... friendly and made the process easy for us. So currently we are in Maputo, the capital of Mozambique. Our hotel is a ferry ride across to the other side of the port, allowing us some beautiful views of the city. Sam is enjoying some MacMahon beer, and we haven't been disappointed so far by the fresh seafood. We have another long drive up through Mozam tomorrow, wish us luck! Love to everyone at home, Happy Father's Day to our Dads for Sunday and Happy Birthday Hy for Saturday! X x ...
Off to a beach resort for a chill out day on the beach sunbathing by the Indian Ocean. Everyone geared up last night for another hot day. The train forecast is 27C and sunny. My phone told me otherwise when I checked last night.
Woken to the sound of rain.
It's peeing it down.
Dress accordingly. Fleece hoodie. Gore-tex waterproof coat. Walking boots. Thick socks. Oh yes. I know how to dress for the beach.
... with us. George and I said we had our Oprah moment when we got our pictures taken with them. After our tour, we came back and had lunch together and then took the shuttle back into town to a handicrafts market. Mom, I bought you more fabric…sorry dad! LOL Now I’m back on the ship, showered and ready for our sail away party. Tomorrow we make our first stop in South Africa, Richard’s Bay, and the next day is Durban. ...
... br> Our exciting adventure day ended with a typical Portuguese (?) dinner that had been prepared for us. We are sharing the apartment with someone who just moved here from NYC. Originally from Brazil, she works for Unicef and will be here for at least 2 years, but likely longer. We are looking forward to learning more about this interesting country.
Hier soir nous avons soupé avec Louisa qui partage avec nous l’appartement, une jeune ...