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Tanzanian coastal life knows no sleep; vibrant late at night; wide awake before dawn; inspirational setting for contemplation.

dreanthraxghoul: “ We arrived back from Zanzibar at the crack of dawn, and that allowed me to take pictures at Kigamboni after the ferry crossing. At the port terminal we walked straight past the.

Kilwa is a magnificent interplay between an intact tropical coral reef ecology and ancient history of trade, wealth and power

The palace of Husuni Kubwa was, to us, the most imposing of the ruins.

Kilwa - where the legacy of an extraordinary city state of wealth and power resides in the wake of a Boabab tree

Kilwa’s ancient elders rest in style. We were glad to pull away from the intense sense of religious control that we encountered on Kilwa, but thankful to have at last experienced what.

The essence of Swahili coastal culture: life on the sea

The essence of Swahili coastal culture: life on the sea

The Swahili coast: endlessly good weather, endless coral reefs, endless extraction and work

The Swahili coast: endlessly good weather, endless coral reefs, endless extraction and work

Flexible performance art by the Kigamboni Cultural Centre (KCC), effectively a non-funded volunteer-run community initiative across the harbour in Dar Es Salaam

Flexible performance art by the Kigamboni Cultural Centre (KCC), effectively a non-funded volunteer-run community initiative across the harbour in Dar Es Salaam

Today's Kilwa Kisanani is a sleepy village, visited by tourists to see the extraordinary ruins of an era that peaked 700 years ago.  The much later Omani reign is captured in this palatial ruin.

Today's Kilwa Kisanani is a sleepy village, visited by tourists to see the extraordinary ruins of an era that peaked 700 years ago. The much later Omani reign is captured in this palatial ruin.

Resting Lions, Tanzania (Photograph by Daniel Dolpire) Shot at Klein's Camp in the Serengeti, Tanzania.

“Resting Lions, Tanzania Photograph by Daniel Dolpire, Your Shot This Month in Photo of the Day: Animal Pictures I took this “once-in-a-lifetime” shot at Klein’s Camp in the Serengeti,.

This is actually in Thailand - a 5-star resort - and the 'pods' are actually part of the restaurant ..Yuka Yoneda Lofty Tree Pod Dining at the Soneva Kiri Resort Thailand

Lofty Tree Pod Dining at the Soneva Kiri Resort Thailand

This is actually in Thailand - a resort - and the 'pods' are actually part of the restaurant .Yuka Yoneda Lofty Tree Pod Dining at the Soneva Kiri Resort Thailand

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