Memories of Zanzibar

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Tuesday 17 February, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Palm Trees

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Turquoise Seas

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Sunsets from Stonetown

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11 thoughts on “Memories of Zanzibar

  1. Right now I am on the east coast where we are getting slammed by one snow storm after the other…you have no idea how amazing this photo looks to me! Thanks for sharing your beautiful photography.

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  2. galeweithers says:

    Absolutely beautiful. Only thing missing from that first photo is my hammock … but maybe it’s under another tree just out of the picture somewhere 😀

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  3. Gorgeous turquoise sea!

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  4. Joanne says:

    Looks gorgeous and I’m so jealous as for whatever reason once we arrived in Tanzania our scheduled trip to Zanzibar was cancelled… missed it by THIS much 😦

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  5. fredrieka says:

    lovin on the beach, shadows of peace

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