White Pearl Resorts, Ponta Mamoli
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... morning, and hopped straight on Matt's awesome beach buggy to the river. We sourced some canoes and rowed ( Sam I mean) down the river to enjoy some sunshine, swimming and a yummy picnic prepared by the girls. It was a very relaxing afternoon. The area in KwaZulu Natal is much more luscious and green than I imagined- being in such a hot area I expected a fairly barren landscape. In the evening Matt hosted a dinner party for us and some of the others in the ...
... here although some speak English as well. I feel bad that I don't know more than "obrigada" (men say obrigado) and "ciao". Thank goodness Michel speaks enough Portughese, so we are able to at least ask for directions and get taxis! Incidentally, a taxi ride in the city is no more than 150 metacais, which is about $5 Cdn.
Aside from the park, it was a pretty relaxed day yesterday. We ended up finding a nice hotel restaurant with a gorgeous view of the coast. It ...
... 3 eggs in the pan added a bit of cheese added to bread and eh presto, the most boring dinner ever! Sarah attempted something something a bit more elegant but I don’t remember what it was ha! Oh and speaking of cockroach infested kitchens the dead twitching rat had been removed from the toilet! YAY!
Tuesday was another 9am start. The room packed we got to work. I’ve been working on this TV show now and it’s starting to get to ...
Me and Sarah are finally here in Mozambique!
Back 3 days while Lizz and Lubka snored on (sorry Lubka) me and Sarah got up at 6am for our early taxi for Park Station to leave South Africa. Just before we left 2 zombies did arise to say goodbye.
We had a very interesting 10 hour journey on our very comfortable double decker Intercape Bus. Luckily it embarked at 8am so the first 4 hours consisted of sleep. The next few hours consisted of driving through the ...
The Mozambique border was reached by taking a wreck of a taxi along a five kilometre stretch of no-man's land, past the Malawi border at Mwanza. As usual the taxi was full, only this time there were three people in the front, with Ash perched on the front seat, hovering over the handbrake! This forewarned us of the state of transport in the country, which made for challenging travelling inland to Chimoio and onto the coast, where we were ...