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Salamanga Things to Do

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    by MarioPortugal Written Sep 11, 2006

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    Located in the center of the village, is also Eugénio Jamnadas - another former Portuguese colonial cantina.

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    by MarioPortugal Updated Sep 11, 2006

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    Salamanga is a strategically located on the way from Maputo city to Ponta do Ouro in the south.

    While traveling to the south (August 24, 2006), our group decided to make a stop in Salamanga for some shopping on the local store.

    The store, Simão Mendes & Herds, used to be an old portuguese colonial cantina.

    We bought a few drinks (=beer, of course), chatted with the locals, and proceeded on our way to Ponta do Ouro.

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Salamanga Shopping

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    While driving towards Salamanga, visitors will notice there's quite a few Charcoal sellers along the road.

    Since we needed Charcoal for our barbecues, we stooped for a bag that costed 100 MTn (Approx 3 Euros).

    What to buy: Charcoal

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    by MarioPortugal Updated Sep 11, 2006

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    What to buy: While in Salamanga we bought 4 kilos of Gazelle meat for 250 MTn (=> we paid about 2 euros per kilo).

    During the following couple days our meals were done by cooking this Gazelle meat.

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Salamanga Local Customs

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    by MarioPortugal Written Jan 5, 2007

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    In Salamanga kids play with Toys made by themselves.

    Fortunately materials are very simple & wide available: (1) empty soda cans, (2) pieces of rubber taken from used car wheels and (3) rusted wire.

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Salamanga Off The Beaten Path

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    by MarioPortugal Updated Sep 11, 2006

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    In Salamanga I found an old refrigerator powered by petrol.

    The actual owner says he bought it used in the year of 1962 and it worked until 2003.

    The refrigerator has not been in use since 2003 not due to any particular broken problem but only because on that year, 2003, electricity arrived to Salamanga. Therefore, he decided to buy a new electrical refrigerator then.

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