Bay View Lodge
Travel Blogs from Inhambane
... 8km return trip to get cash (well necessary). The sun came out to bite our unblocked skin, but thankfully we had water with us. The garage shop had Coca Cola which was very happy and a little bakery on the side which sold us delicious rolls for our walk home. My tummy agreed it was definitely lunch time. Despite being unexpected, the walk was very pleasant and we took loads of photos. The gravel and tar road winding through the rolling hills filled with ...
... and really seemed to be checking us out. Very cool!
The other experience was totally unforgettable and one of the highlights of the whole year. On day 2 of diving we were heading to the dive site when Cat spotted a whale (humpback) breaching on the horizon. Our skipper turned the boat towards it and we headed over to see what was going on. As we got closer we could see 4 or 5 whales of different sizes (all males we were told) that were breaching high out of the ...
... br> Rico, he has national colours and all sorts of certificates and
trophies. Wonderful, happy, photos of him and his mates, holding or
standing next to the most enormous sailfish, barracuda and marlin.
Not having facilities for camping we
opted for a chalet. There was a bit of green grass around each
chalet whereas Coconut Bay had none, just baking sand. The chalets
all faced seaward and we really appreciated the cooling sea breeze
... to a lime green
milkshake. Anyway, he was fortunate of course to get the cold fruit
juice and it was no doubt a healthier option but I am quite certain
he would have preferred a lime green milkshake in a tall fluted
We bought some prawns on the way home
and had “prawn bisque” for dinner, making use of our Dom Barril
bottle in the fridge, which was filled with the crab 'soup' left over
... and luckily the guy scarpered as soon as he saw the room was occupied. It wasn't until the next day we realised he had scarpered taking with him all our shoes, after a few furious hours however we could console ourselves with the fact we were all OK, shoes can be replaced, it could have been much worse and it was a good reminded that this is still Africa and it is best not to leave your shoes on the balcony.
Our last stop in Mozmabique was ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility