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

Mtunzini, Dundee and Mozambique

A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jun 12, 2014

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... absolutely brilliant day. Our guide was so knowledgable, and it was really interesting to hear about the two important battles, one at Rorke's drift and the other at Isandlwana. I've had my fill of battles for a while, but it was a slight detour we were both glad we made. The following day began with a very early start as we were driving to Mozambique. We had been warned that the border posts can be tricky and slow, so decided to leave as much time as possible especially ...

African hospitality, Portuguese style

A travel blog entry by cathjama on Nov 22, 2011

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... also as the current and the strong waves whilst snorkeling, terrified me!! (Not so my brave companion Iona...although I'm sure I didn't promise not to mention her re-decorating the side of the boat when sea-sickness got the better of her:)
In comparison Mozambique is much cleaner and neater than Ghana and despite being a much poorer country, has higher hygiene standards it seemed to me…especially where ...

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 ...

Hospital visitation & Mission School painting

A travel blog entry by bbcafricateam on Jun 21, 2011

1 comment, 8 photos

... alive and she is pregnant with another child through this. The church is hoping to be able to sent her home in two weeks, long enough to let her family know what is happening and to return her to the hospital with her little one year old.
Pastor Terry’s group consisted of Steve, Wendy, Leah, Pastor Beto, Alison, Deborah and Tania. They went to the dermatology and chemo wing, where conditions were so poor that Pastor Terry witnessed ...

Morning walk...

A travel blog entry by dana-mozambique on Dec 31, 2010

2 comments

Today I was walking to work, I was tired, hungry, really wanting a coffee - looking for a chopala I could grab quickly because I was late (surprised?). Anyway I was starting the come up to this corner where I had walked by the morning before and seen four or five boys (maybe age 7-11??) sleeping on the sidewalk, I remember seeing two of them more in the shade than the others and wondering, how they could sleep so undisturbed on the pavement (it ...