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    Lake Tanganyika Tanzania

    I am here working for about 6 weeks and have taken a couple of pics. I will send some more later of this beautiful part of Africa
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    Number 1 looks like a beautiful setting was the food as nice as your surroundings?

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    The whole setting here is idylic and the food matches the setting. The owners are going out of their way to see us comfortable for our stay. It is one of the nicest settings I have worked in.

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    Looks like a fantastic place.. Any Mossies or other nasties there..
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    I want to work where you do! Beautiful images
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    Looks like a "Wish you were here" or rather "Look what you are missing out on" postcard. Wishing I was there walking on the sand.

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    More pics from Tanzania
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    Lovely photos. The guys in the canoe are paddling downhill so I guess it was harder for them going home?! :-) Sorry, couldn't resist it.

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    When I was scrolling down through your photos I thought the elephant was walking up to the lion, until I seen they are two photos..LOL
    Thanks for sharing the photos. They are great.
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    I have more then a few fish that are endemic to that lake.

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