It was another bright day and in the evening, Hans, my new found Swiss friend in Mozambique and I were walking towards the ferry. I wanted to take a few shots of the city across the sea at night.As I was shooting away at the scenery by the sea, I saw a trawler approach and I took a photo of it. A black man standing on it seemed excited and he thought that I was trying to photograph him. He ran down towards me and showered me with vicious abuses or so I thought since the language was not familiar to me.
Another day in Kruger Park with a few special citings! Besides quite a variety of animals with some baby's/cubs, also a cheetah with cub and wild dogs. Both have a population of about 120 in the whole of Kruger (3/4 the size of Netherlands). In the pictures are a few animals we've encountered today!
Considered one of the prettiest towns in Mozambique, Inhambane houses several historic buildings that make it a wonderful town to stroll through. A stones throw from some of the most popular places in all of Mozambique, Inhambane manages to hold its own -- located on a peninsula overlooking a bay.
It might be slightly touristy, but its difficult to deny the charms of the eight-kilometere stretch of pristine white sand. Tofo beach is fast becoming a pull for tourists all over the world, offering the entire range of activities from scuba diving to surfing to horse riding (!). The good news for the backpacker, of course, is that this translates to plenty of budget stay options, including semi-permanent cottages on the beach itself. Perfect place to just push back and unwind.