Xai-Xai Beach Resort

Address: Xai-Xai, Mozambique | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Xai-Xai

        Back on the Coast

        A travel blog entry by jcastellan on Nov 21, 2013

        16 photos

        ... it did have a great view of the ocean. Hopefully the ocean will look better tomorrow, as long as there is blue sky. This place was a bit run down and lacked character compared to the other chalets. We had lunch and then Paul and I went for a walk along the beach.

        During our walk we only saw two other people. The ocean looked rough today. We then had a short afternoon nap. I did some reading in bed, as a nice sea breeze came through the window. Hopefully the weather improves ...

        On the road in Mozambique

        A travel blog entry by sambam1706 on Nov 04, 2013

        2 photos

        ... he escorted us back on the right track. If Martyn hadn't been able to speak Portuguese we would have been stuffed :p 3) This combined with our leaking engine meant we were a good 3 hours behind schedule and meant driving in the dark which you definitely don't want to do on the African roads covered in potholes and where people walk and sleep in the middle of the road, on a positive the sunset ...

        Traveling to Xai Xai

        A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Aug 29, 2011

        7 photos

        ... a lovely swim nonetheless. I then went for a swim in the swimming pool where I met Lisa and the family. We chatted for a while before saying our goodbyes. Good people! I would miss this place but it was time to move on.

        Finally upon leaving Tofo and Imanbane, I understood the orientation of the area! We continued south passing so many palm trees as well as ...

        Sol, praia, cerveja e camarão

        A travel blog entry by mikeandmhairi on Aug 13, 2011

        22 photos

        ... Compared to Zambia, which cost us about $150 to get our car through the border, the $3 to get into Moz was very welcome!

        We also realised pretty quickly that we weren’t going to get far speaking English, so we brushed off Mhairi’s very rusty Portuguese, and soon we were 'Obrigado’ing with the rest of them.

        The trip into Nampula (the third biggest city) took the best part of two days of driving on corrugated, potholed ...

        Malaria Dreams

        A travel blog entry by mviglianco on Nov 08, 2010

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... br> I arrived in Mozambique, entering through Kruger National Park into the boarding Parque National do Limpopo. This was our first "real" boarder crossing. By "real" I mean with that on this crossing we would have to face a potential language barrier, vehicle document inspection, and purchasing visas and third party vehicle insurance. While it was a little slower than previous crossings into Lesotho and Swaziland, it was painless and without any ...