Mozambique, waving at small children

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It was such a quick dash through this country that we didn't even get any money changed up and due to this had no drinking money!!!!!! However, the bush camp we did more than made up for it (for all of you who dont know a bush camp is where we pull up in a random spot on the side of the road and...camp! No toilets, showers or anything). The saving grace of this method of roughing it is that the sky was amazing (something i never tire of) full of stars, and our camp fire kept us warm as it can get very cold at night. Plus we always go to bed early on these evenings so a full 8 hours of sleep was ours!!!!
Julie63 says:
hello denise and aron. Grandma here. I have been looking at your travel blog and am amazed at all the wonderful things and sights that you have seen. So glad you are enjoying it. I have just had hades for the week, what a lovely boy, Alan talks to him all the time- they are big buddies! Alan wears a panama hat to prevent the same problem Aaron has been having..Maybe not your style Aaron (however, more stylish than Dawn's suggestion!)Looking forward to seeing you. Keep safe. Love Grandma XXX
Posted on: May 06, 2007
Julie63 says:
Auntie dawn again. If you want to bring home a few bottles of that beer you are drinking (and the punch!!) I don't mind!!! PS I intend travelling after hearing of your amazing experiences...I 'm off to Dorset next week (and southend the week after!!!!!!) Would love to send you a postcard,but don't know if I can track down a postbox...I might have to dodge a few jellyfish, as I swim to shore!!!
Posted on: Apr 29, 2007
Julie63 says:
Hope you have a great time here. Denise, instead of waving at the small children, if you feel like bringing a few of them home for a holiday, I dont mind!! LOL. Mum X
Posted on: Apr 29, 2007
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