MozCab offers a service of his own. You can choose to have a one way trip, or book a round-trip and have our driver waiting for you there for your return. That trip can be made with a Sedan car, a minivan or 4x4. Our drivers speak Portuguese, and can speak English as well. They know the place well, and will be able to provide all the information you need to have a nice stay in this beautiful mozambican beach. ALL PRICE ARE FOR ROUND-TRIPS FROM MAPUTO
Erscheinungsdatum: 11.05.2010, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: E-Infrastructures and E-Services on Developing Countries, Titelzusatz: First International ICST Conference, AFRICOM 2009, Maputo, Mozambique, December 3-4, 2009, Proceedings, Redaktion: Villafiorita, Adolfo // Regis, Saint-Paul // Zorer, Alessandro, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer Berlin, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: E-Learning // Lernen // Electronic Government // E-Government // Internet // Suchmethoden // Spezielle Anwender // Maschine // Suchmaschine // Netzwerk // elektronisch // EDV // Theorie // Software-Entw // Software Engineering // Data Warehouse // Informationsmanagement // Recherche // Information Retrieval // Schnittstelle // Informatik // Allgemeines // Surfen // Netzwerk-Hardware // Data Warehousing // Informationsrückgewinnung // Interfacedesign // Benutzerfreundlichkeit // Usability // Wartung und Reparaturen // IT // Künstliche Intelligenz // Lehrmittel // Lerntechnologien // Computernetzwerke und maschinelle Kommunikation // Systemanalyse und // design // allgemein, Rubrik: Datenkommunikation // Netze, Mailboxen, Seiten: 127, Abbildungen: 34 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, Bibliographie, Reihe: Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering (Nr. 38), Informationen: Book, Gewicht: 236 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Are you excited about planning your next trip?Do you want to try something new?Would you like some guidance from a local?If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.Greater Than a Tourist - Maputo, Mozambique by Bruno Eugénio Chirrime offers the inside scoop on Maputo. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as part of the Greater Than a Tourist series, this book will give you travel tips from someone who has lived at your next travel destination. Here, you will discover advice that will help you throughout your stay. This book will not tell you exact addresses or store hours but instead will give you excitement and knowledge from a local that you may not find in other small travel books. Travel like a local. Slow down, stay in one place, and get to know the people and the culture. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.Inside this travel guide book you will find:Insider tips from a local Bonus tips: 50 Things to Know About Packing Light for Travel by best-selling author Manidipa Bhattacharyya Packing and planning list List of travel questions to ask yourself or others while traveling 1. Language: English. Narrator: Marcus Litch. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/161262/bk_acx0_161262_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Estádio da Machava is a multi-purpose stadium in Machava, a mainly residential town in the northwestern outskirts of Maputo, Mozambique. It is used for football matches and can hold 45,000 spectators. The stadium, built by the Portuguese colonial government of Mozambique, was inaugurated on 30 June 1968 and named Estádio Salazar at the time.It is now owned by Clube Ferroviário do Maputo.A couple of miles away, there is Machava prison, a huge penitentiary complex built in the early 1950s for common criminals. With the beginning of the independence guerrilla warfare led by Frelimo in 1964, PIDE, the Portuguese dictatorship''s political police, created a special section in the complex where it would keep political opponents and prisoners of war under custody.After Mozambique''s independence in 1975, the new government, led by marxist- orientated Frelimo, continued to use this section of the Machava penitentiary for political prisoners.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Dário Alberto Jesus Monteiro (born 27 February 1977 in Maputo), simply Dário, is a Mozambican footballer who plays for Esporte Clube Bahia as a striker. Dário arrived in 1996 to Portugal from local Grupo Desportivo de Maputo, signing with Académica de Coimbra. After tentative starts, he became one of the club's most important players, netting goals in the Portuguese first division at an impressive rate - in his last five full seasons in his first spell, he only scored once in single digits, and averaged 14 per campaign, always ranking high in the scoring charts.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rugby union in Mozambique is a minor but growing sport. As a former Portuguese colony, rugby has been a late arrival to Mozambique. Although rugby has been played in Portugal for decades, it has never become a major sport, and it did not transfer it to its colonies. Beira used to play a series against Nyasaland sides during the 1930s called the Woury Cup. Rugby is centred on the national capital and main city, Maputo. Mozambique''s poverty and lack of infrastructure make it difficult to maintain a proper national league structure. However, the country borders South Africa, where rugby is a major sport, and also neighbours Madagascar and Zimbabwe where the game is popular, as well as Malawi, Tanzania, and Zambia, all of which have had a historical rugby presence. Rugby also has extensive TV coverage on satellite networks in Mozambique.
Citizens often strive to ensure the respect, protection and promotion of their rights but these rights have limits when morality is concerned. The desire to have rights enforced often leads to conflicts between society and individual citizens. This book evaluates the manner in which these conflicts have taken place in recent years in Cameroon with respect to homosexuality and morality within the context of the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa (The Maputo Protocol). The book reveals that the Protocol does not legalise same-sex marriages. It equally illustrates that even though the United Nations passed a Resolution on the Universal Decriminalisation of Homosexuality, the practice remains an offence in Cameroon being contrary to the country's established moral and legal values of heterosexuality. The book supports the Cameroonian position and recommends, inter alia, that the country should take more deterrent measures to discourage homosexuality. It equally entreats homosexuals to read Article 29(2) of the 1948 UDHR which highlights the primacy of public order and morality above individual rights and freedoms.
This book analyses and challenges the fast and dynamic movement of new mobile technologies, particularly in developing countries like Mozambique. The work places itself in the research field of Information and Communication Technologies for Development. The focus lies in the context of mobile technologies in developing countries and on how people can access information on these devices properly. An Android prototype application designed to navigate people around the campus was developed in a lecture with Mozambican students at the Maputo Universidade Eduardo Mondlane. A survey carried out as part of the research indicated that the Android application is not accessible to certain students due to a lack of technology and connectivity. Therefore, an alternative SMS based interface is introduced to meet the criteria of Human Computer Interaction for Development and Universal Design. The new solution uses already existing and cheap infrastructure, focuses on low-end hardware, works along with future-proof alternatives and does, in comparison with the Android application, not exclude potential users.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Inhambane is a town located in southern Mozambique, lying on Inhambane Bay, 470 km northeast of Maputo. It is the capital of the Inhambane Province and has according to the 2007 census has a population of 63,837, growing from the 1997 census of 54,157. It is a sleepy historic town known for its rusting colonial architecture and has been popular with tourists in recent years. The settlement owes its existence to a deep inlet into which the small river the Matamba flows. Two protective sandy headlands protect the harbor and form a sandbank. The town of Maxixe is located across the bay.