Don't forget that staying in just one place will only ever provide you with a small window into the wider rhythms and life-ways of a region. So try to allow a few days to visit Mozambique's range of sights and attractions.
Delve into Tete's religious side by paying your respects at the region's cathedrals and other places of worship.
Be sure to throw in your camera and join one of the fascinating wildlife safaris.
Sometimes, the best travel moments are to be found in a region's eateries. Banana and coconut milk are some of the local ingredients. For a true taste of Mozambique try pao (bread rolls) or peri peri chicken. Those who have a little room left, should try ananás com gengibre (pineapple with ginger), the perfect way to round out your Mozambique culinary adventure. Invigorate your palette with a the regional brew. Manica is a good choice.
Bond with the locals in Mozambique by making use of some common Portuguese sentences. "Você é bem-vindo" means "You're welcome" "Queres dançar comigo? " ("Would you like to dance with me?") is also helpful.
All good things come to an end, but be rest assured, when it's time to say "Adeus" to Tete, you'll have plenty of memories and keepsakes to remember your journey.