Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Travels in Zanzibar, Part II: Nungwi

After a few days in the heat of Stonetown I travelled to the northernmost tip of the island and stayted in Nungwi, a small fishing village. Here are some images:

Dhow on shore
Fishing dhow of the coast at Nungwi

Dhow fleet
The Dhow fleet sails out in the late afternoon:I counted more than 60 sails on the horizon

Blue water, white sand
Off Mnemba atoll: have you ever seen whiter sand or bluer water?

Back on shore vegetation is lush


I did get some time for reading but Ulysses still defeats me!

Sunset at Nungwi

Actually there's nothing like sunsets in Zanzibar so here's another shot

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