Category: Mozambique

Review of Quinta Santo Antonio – Lindela, Mozambique

Review of Quinta Santo Antonio, Lindela, Mozambique. Stop-over accommodation.

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Reflections on 2018

I don’t even know where to start with this year. What a year it’s been, it feels much longer than a year and at the same time, I question how is it over already? I’ve been blogging on and off since 2014, but after various work-frustrations, I decided to start blogging on a more full-time…

Sunrise magic on the beach of Inhassoro

I love the early mornings. To me it is the most magical time of the day. Everything looks so fresh and new. On the Inhassoro beach it is quiet other than a few fishermen, preparing there boats for a day at sea. I took a few pictures this past weekend and would like to share…

What is birding like in Mozambique?

The single biggest thing I have looked forward to when we decided we are moving here is the birding. I couldn’t wait to see what I would find here. It has definitely hasn’t disappointed.  It has been amazing so far. Obviously also since most of my birding was done in the Free State, South Africa,…

What is shopping like in Inhassoro, Mozambique?

As mentioned before, Inhassoro is our closest town. It is a drive of roughly 1 hour and 30 minutes of which a large part is a dirt road, past farms and small villages.  We could get more variety in Vilanculos, but that would add an extra hour’s driving time.  Inhassoro has very limited shopping the…

Country People – Meet Riekie Pretorius from Mabote, Mozambique

I had the privilege to meet this lovely lady and her family, last weekend. Let’s just say this, I thought I was being brave, moving to Mozambique to a farm that is already developed, until I read Riekie’s story. I hope you enjoy this introduction and do yourself a favour and go and pop in…

Trailcam Fun – My first trail-cam post from Mozambique.

When we first arrived, my husband and I weren’t sure what animals to expect here. We thought there won’t be much due to poverty and poaching. However, even though there definitely could be much more, we already saw way more than what we expected. I couldn’t wait to get my trail-cam out to see what lurks…