LUSH! KwaZulu-Natal

From the hot, dusty days in Mozambique and a year’s worth of rustic travel, luscious Kwa Zulu Natal beckons me like a mother to child! Rolling hills dripping with seven shades of green,… Continue reading

The Macuti shoreline, shipwreck and lighthouse

“For most of history, man has had to fight nature to survive; in this century he his begining to realise that, in order to survive, he must protect it.” By Jacques-Yves Cousteau

Monday’s Market Part II

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” St Augustine of Hippo

Causing Mayhem in Monday’s Market

Monday, 8:30am and it’s in the late 30’s already – a humid and sticky day. I’m in the local Mafambisse market. I get my first whiff of sun-dried fish, the strong ‘aroma’, like… Continue reading

It’s not a dogs life Part II

It’s not a dogs life in Mozambique

You know you’ve screwed up something serious in your past life if you come back as an animal in Mozambique. Being Diwali this week, I thought the quote by Mahatma Ghandi would fit… Continue reading

What to see at the Beira Beachfront

Let’s get one thing straight, Beira is not the picture you see in the Mozambican beach pamphlet! There are no turquiose waters here. Infact the water is usually murky brown thanks to the… Continue reading

Finally, Mozambique pays their weather taxes. It rains!

En route to Gorongosa National Park

” Seeing new places, new faces, hearing new sounds, makes me feel alive, makes me realise how quickly we forget that there’s a great big world out there waiting to be explored, that… Continue reading