|The train we took from Maputo to Maracuene|
When we made it to a town called Maracuene, we got off and walked through the town about a mile to reach a river where there was a makeshift ferry making crossings for both cars and people to the other side. We were told again that there was no guarantee that the ferry would be running since it tends to break down a lot. The mode of transport that moved us across the river could hardly be called a ferry but was more like a homemade raft with a pulley. Before we got on, I asked everyone if they could swim and thankfully, we all could. The ride across the river took about ten minutes and cost 2 meticais (3 cents) per person.
|Enjoying lunch with our four guides|
|Amazing fresh shrimp|