Another beautiful creature I encountered in the shallow waters of the Indian Ocean.
Cooking fish the Tanzania way….I assume it’s cooking oil, although I did see quite a few large ‘oil drums’ around, which, incidentally, is what the pan and utensils are made of.
Re-cycling comes to Dar es Salaam!
I love this time of year! Lots of rain……but lots of skies like THIS!
I was bored one evening when the electricity was off so I thought I’d take some photos of my bottle of water while it was still cold from the fridge.
Funny how ones mind works!
Driving past this sign I spotted the man hanging from it
Answers on a postcard please…..
It’s a tough life for chickens here…….and women too!
The local market in Dar es Salaam……’Kariakoo’
If you drive down here and leave your car parked, you’ll have to go and buy your wheels back from one of the traders when you’ve finished your shopping!
The ‘Bench’ workshop at present….and this is on a good day! Hopefully we will make some improvements soon.
Mount Kilimanjaro at 6.30 am. The snowline is said to be receding every year due to ‘Global Warming’
A snapshot taken on the bus to Ngorongoro
Early morning over the Tanzanian coastline, on my way to Dar es Salaam
I think this is a ‘Mudskipper’ It certainly ‘skips’
Amazing what one finds on the beaches here!
Walking on the beach I spotted this lone plant growing out of the rocks, these were the only leaves around!
I’d love to know what it is….