Tag Archives: William Bond

Quelimane – Mozambique

Two field-teams of Loxton, Venn & Associates assembled in a soggy Beira at the Hotel Mozambique in April 1974, both were headed for surveys north of the Zambezi River. Due to the extra heavy rains of the season, no travel … Continue reading

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Zambezi Delta

1973 still had some wild Africa in it for me before the year shut its door. After the birth of my daughter, I flew back to Beira and headed for the Zambezi to join the crew surveying its delta. We … Continue reading

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Inhamitanga, Mozambique.

By the Monday, 20th August 1972, after our return to the Zambezi, I had stocked up my supplies and equipment at our survey company’s base camp in Mutarara/Dona Ana, and driven to Inhamitanga, the only village in my new area. … Continue reading

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