Waiting for the Bus – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.
Thought for the day.. ” Coincidence is fate breaking a lock so that you can open a door”
” Dwelling on the past will only change you in the future”. ” Doing your best at this moment puts you in the best place for the next moment”
Another company has joined the list of companies that I will never use again, Booking.com What some companies are not realizing is that poor service will actually cost them money. To make matters worse, the managers at Booking.com just will not admit their mistakes, and nobody at that particular company will do anything about the problems. So they will lose out, and if you want good service, then I cannot recommend this company. No problem when a company makes a mistake (we all do that) but when nobody will do anything about the mistakes, then that shows that a company is not good.
Off to the capital of Mozambique today, Maputo, and a typical photo of a bus queue there. Situated just 120 km north of the South African border, and on the Indian Ocean, this ugly, neglected city is home for about 1.7 million people. Originally ruled by the Portuguese, it became independent in 1975, although Portuguese is still the main language in this part of Mozambique. Until 1992 the country had a long civil war, with an estimated 1 million people killed due to the war and famine between 1977 and 1992. Mozambique has a high fertility rate, with around 5.3 children born per woman. Transport in Mozambique is often a problem, with irregular and unreliable buses, so the queues seen in the photo today are very typical.
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