After the boat trip, we went back into town and had lunch at Kymbu. It was a good day, and the patio was covered for us. I had a caprioska, and we had couvert. Couvert is the bread and bits they bring before the meal, sometimes before you order. In Angola, they charge you for it. Most other countries don't. The photo below is the couvert.
Andreas got the ham and cheese grilled sandwich. I got picanha again. Andreas also had teeny tiny hamburgers. Everything was good, and we went to Kero to get groceries on the way home. Lucky us, it poured while we were in the Kero. We got to drive home in the flooded streets.