Exotic Inhacazul Lodge

Address: Inhaca Island, Inhaca, Inhaca Island, 0001, Mozambique | Resort
 
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This resort is located on Inhaca Island, Inhaca.
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Travel Blogs from Inhaca

Too amazing to be believed

A travel blog entry by lalaso on Nov 10, 2011

Lettie and stayed at Inhaca four nights. Beautiful Island. Beautiful white beaches. Best place for snorkelling. Most male speak English. Hotel staff speak English and Zulu. Community poor. Meals are great. Best place to unwind and relax also for ...

World Cup Whoops

A travel blog entry by farnie10 on Oct 20, 2011

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... on Thursday afternoon and pitched my tent. Being a major urban centre, the camping option is a bit of an afterthought on Fatima's behalf, but they allow you to pitch your tent on a concrete verandah out the back...that was good enough for me! We just kicked back on Friday, making plans to watch the rugby on Saturday morning. Later that day someone gave us a strange look and then mentioned that the rugby had ...

Buildings & worker bee's

A travel blog entry by bbcafricateam on Jun 19, 2011

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... it stopped (Brenda).....some missed their shower all together because they slept too late....BUT those that slept even later benefited because it was only off for about an hour and it was actually hot when it came back on. At team devotions last night nearly every one talked about how DEEPLY touching it was to worship God at the Youth Service....the common bond in Christ that bridge the ...

Maputo - hello and good-bye

A travel blog entry by commuter on Nov 23, 2010

... the first day there was a dance group, Shabubu (sp?) that performed on the green outside the Slap-Up Tent (lunch) to welcome us, and again during lunch. But no one introduced them, told us who they were, what the dances were, or that we were supposed to walk among them for our welcome. I went up to the stage to take pictures and one of the women working the conference center was so pleased that I was interested, because of course all the delegates ...

Happy with sore feet

A travel blog entry by eastafricacycle on Aug 15, 2010

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... our short lived paradise. The return ferry was a little solemn as we all sat watching the Island disappear and the Maputo metropolis grow bigger. Back at the backpackers, my feet still a little achy had however made slight progress to recovery which means Tom and I will continue north again tomorrow morning at 7am. I never thought I would be happy to have sore feet, but then again I guess a I never thought I would be lying on an Island Beach next to a hidden ...