Monthly Archives: March 2014

Asante

Asante

Mfumbwi beach in Jambiani on the south east coast of Zanzibar. The sand bank on a wonderful starry night while high tide is quick approaching …

 

the bright side of the moon

the bright side of the moon

Mfumbwi beach in Jambiani on the south east coast of Zanzibar. A Dhow, the typical Zanzibari fisher boat on the sand bank on a wonderful …

 

Fishing

Fishing

Children fishing in Mfumbwi beach in Jambiani

 

Mnemba

Mnemba

Fishing boats in front of Mnemba Island, Zanzibar.

 

Fish Market

Fish Market

A men cleaning and selling fish at his stand in Darajani Market in Stone Town, the old part of Zanzibar City.

 

mzungu picha

mzungu picha

Girls in Mfumbwi beach in Jambiani looking at their picture on an tourist´s Ipad. Mzungu is term used in the African Great Lakes region to refer …

 

Madalina Hapa

Madalina Hapa

Young girls carrying building material in Mfumbwi, Jambiani, Zanzibar. They were calling me: “Madalina come here!”

 

Coconut Rope

Coconut Rope

A woman and her old mother show me how they produce rope from coconut in Jambiani.

 

Jambiani

Jambiani

A detail of Mfumbwi beach in Jambiani on the south east coast of Zanzibar.

 

Indian Ocean

Indian Ocean

The Indian Ocean in Nungwi. Nungwi is a fishermen’s village and a tourist attraction located at the northernmost tip of Unguja (known internationally as Zanzibar). …

 

Indian Ocean

Indian Ocean

The Indian Ocean in Nungwi. Nungwi is a fishermen’s village and a tourist attraction located at the northernmost tip of Unguja (known internationally as Zanzibar). …

 

pasta fresca

pasta fresca

Fresh Spaghetti at “Sale & Pepe” Restaurant in Jambiani.

 

Octopussy

Octopussy

Octopus on a fish stand in Darajani Market in Stone Town, the old part of Zanzibar City.

 

coconut crusted fish

coconut crusted fish

Coconut Crusted Fish in Upendo, Zanzibar. Se some nice recipes (in German) here

 

coconut crust

coconut crust

Preparation of coconut crusted fish in Upendo, Zanzibar

 

Prawns

Prawns

Prawns Plate in Upendo, Zanzibar. Upendo means love  in Kiswahili.