Vilanculos Beach Lodge
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... get bored of that sight! Eric, our captain, points his finger toward the buoy, and I see bubbles! They are ascending, soon to be at the surface. I hold my breath, this part makes me feel just as nervous, 3 shadows on the waters surface, may be interesting to something below with an appetite! Quickly and without a glitch, all three of them are safely back on the boat. Phew! My husbands smile says it all! He had a great dive! No whale shark, but he tells me the fish are BIG ...
... cant afford. Azura has started to sponsor some students each year through their Rainbow Fund to help with further education. There are 316 children who go to school on the island, but many drop out due to the distance they have to walk to get there, some up to 2 hours one way, or girls get married off at 14, so give up education, others are required to work with their fathers to catch fish to feed the family. The school does not have a kitchen, ...
... to normal....yay!
And now...well now is my last hour in Mozambique...i decided to fly this afternoon to Johannesburg with the 2 girls, where Miek will leave us tomorrow and Marlinde and I will go to Swaziland... I liked my stay here in Mozambique, it' s just another wonderful country in Africa, with nice people and good food...but i have to admit that it is not the real Africa, i miss the African feeling that i had in the other countries,it ...
... on my face very well....this was no exeption. I was not a happy camper. We eventually made it to Blantyre, then off to zomba plateau. We camped right at the top, next to jungle. We went for a jungle walk, with pristine river water and ate as many wild berries as we liked. The sad part was, when escarpment opened up, as far as the eye could see was pine plantations. I think we were lucky to walk through that part of the jungle, because it wont be there for much longer. From there, ...
... came from both sides to not go back to sleep and so we readied ourselves for an unexpected day at this beautiful location. After breakfast we followed the receptionist's rather lacking directions and with some questioning along the way found the bus headed for Beira, that we would take to Inchope, where we could get a connection to our next destination, Chimoio. It stood at the new market, acting as a ticket booth. Some haggling was attempted, as the price ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool