Waking up in a treehouse cottage overlooking sandy beaches and clear blue ocean waters is the type of safari a girl could get use to.
Our last day in Ponta D' Ouro, Mozambique was spent on the beach and of course, some shopping. The attemp to swim with the dolphins was failed when our party of 4 was deemed too small to charter the boat. The majority of our meals have come from a beach side restaurant but with an open afternoon it was time to branch out. Just before the market was 'Tarragon's Tea Garden -Topped with Freshness & Love' It was closed on Monday for 'Taryn's birthday,' and closed on Tuesday (just because it's Tuesday) but Wednesday there was no excuse.
As Cousin Kathy continued to shop the vendors I paid the Tea Garden a visit. For a coffe connesiur (some may say addict) like myself, it has been surprising to find instant coffee as the norm in most it the regions we've traveled through on this adventured. As Cousin Kathy continued to shop the vendors I paid the Tea Garden a visit, thoroughly enjoying the hot cup of freshly pressed coffee while watching the cafe's cook prepare lime-cream cheese frosting for the freshly baked carrot cake cooling on the counter.
The day came to an end as we had one final feast of grilled prawns and watched the sunset on the Indian Ocean