"A day in Nhlangano" Nhlangano by Sininen

Nhlangano Travel Guide: 2 reviews and 2 photos

On the way to the border crossing in Mahamba we decided to stop for coffee in Nhlangano, which turned out to be more tricky than one would think at first. We stopped at two cafés to ask whether they served coffee and most of all if they had some cakes or biscuits. My sister doesn?t drink coffee if she can?t have something to eat with it. Neither of these cafés had coffee (why they are called cafés is a mystery to me). We saw a small and very basic looking café and this time Vesa went in. He came back and said that they don?t serve coffee either, but he had asked if they have hot water if we brought coffee. They did so we had our coffee. They even had bun, which was just like Finnish bun.

  • Last visit to Nhlangano: Nov 2002
  • Intro Updated May 9, 2016
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  • pepples46's Profile Photo
    Jul 29, 2006 at 3:48 PM

    looks like coffee is an expensive commodity in Africa, who would have thought so but meeting new friends is all worth it,wonderful pix here Sini


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