Medjumbe Private Island
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... a lovely beach resort called Seta Hotel. After an exhausting day we are happy to chill. The campsite is spacious, and pleasant under large shady trees. Some of the stands have braai facilities. The ablutions are adequate with flush toilets, showers, power and hot water. It is quite a large resort right next to the Indian Ocean with a swimming pool, restaurant, bar and chalets. This seems to be a ...
... chairs, cooking pots and pans, sea kayaks - quite a load on such a small boat. Remembering that the dhow had to moor off the shore each time, this meant that all these goods had to be manhandled to shore, either by kayak or carried overhead. Quite an effort by the crew who managed the feat at both islands without dropping any load into the sea!
The short sail from shore over to Mogundula Island was done at ...
... of palm trees and lush gardens, followed by yet more expansive white sand and deep blue Indian Ocean. After a few hours sipping mocktails and reading my book on the beach, I head off on a boat tour of Bazaruto Benguerra – 3 idyllic islands just off shore, where snorkelling and swimming are the ticket of the ...
... 8211; cheese being the most profitable. We all end up in the milking room taking part in the daily milking of 74 goats, and in the cheese room, where we nervously taste some very suspect cheeses!
A fantastic day and a real insight to the changing cultures and communities as we head north into Africa. Six days and three ...
... a rope to the pot and swung it around him like an acid tripper at a rave. The bees unimpressed continues about their random movement. Rolph reacted by setting fire to stirefoam and plastic bags. I suppose he thought that if humans can't take the stenchy smoke, then neither should the bees. The ploy worked on the humans, both Sarah and I were forced to abandon our comfortable couch and were smoked out of the area. The bees of course couldn't care less. It was around this time ...