Mozambique: Travels in the Land of Sultan Mussa Ben Mbiki By Tim Williams
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Tim Williams and friends drive thousands of kilometers in a VW camper for surf in Mozambique. On the way, they pass sandy rivers, cabbage fields and wetlands, stroll through the local villages and the markets, explaining some of the politics that shaped Mozambique- the presence of landmines and Portuguese colonialism.