Sshh… The Most Beautiful Beach I’ve Set Foot on Is Zanzibar’s Best Kept Secret.

The Shooting Star

I take off my slippers, feel gently the white sand beneath my feet

Is Pwani Mchangani a beach? Seems more like where heaven and earth meet.


A thousand shades of blue shimmer in my eyes

When other waters I described as magical blue, it feels like I lied.


Men with sun-darkened faces and hats pedal by

“Hakuna Matata” is their mantra and the way they say hi!


My East Africa trip didn’t go as I had hoped

To go on safari in Kenya or Tanzania, I was too broke.


But the surprises began when I saw Mt Kilimanjaro from my flight

And on Pwani Mchangani, I met the famous Masai tribe.


They speak English, carry cell phones, even go by an Italian name

It wasn’t the culture I imagined, but it is real life all the same.


We all move and search for an easier means to live

And for these Masai folk, tourism on Zanzibar’s beaches gives.


At low tide, we…

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Through the Sublime Field of Vision – I

Maldives Explorer

An archive of aerial shots of islands belonging to the archipelago of the Maldives. These shots have been captured through the eyes of satellites that orbit our planet Earth.

1An uninhabited island located on the western parts of Baa Atoll, Maldives. As seen from the picture, parts of the island is being used for agricultural purposes.

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2The Underwater Restaurant ‘Subsix’ at Per Aquum Niyama located in the pristine Dhaalu Atoll, Maldives. The restaurant is located 1.2 kms away from the island and 6 meters below the ocean offering panoramic views of the wonders that lie under the Maldives.

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Subsix Restaurant at Per Aquum Niyama

Per Aquum Niyama

5Another beautiful shot of Baa Atoll, Maldives. The water villas at the Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu depict a coconut palm leaf over the surrounding turquoise lagoon teeming with corals…

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