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MAY 17, 2007

Moçambique Gallery



South Africa Route Map Deuce M, Mozambique's beer of choice - at least for me. Deuce M, Mozambique's beer of choice - at least for me.

My Trademark Photograph - this time on Tofo Beach My Trademark Photograph - this time on Tofo Beach

The view of Tofo from Casa BarryThe view of Tofo from Casa Barry

Donna at Tofo Scuba

Dive boat in front of Tofo Scuba

Bamboozi Beach Backpackers - Hut Accommodation Bamboozi Beach Backpackers - Hut Accommodation

Donna catching coconuts at Bamboozi Donna catching coconuts at Bamboozi

Bamboozi Main Dorm

Bamboozi accommodation

The Captain - Ferry from Inhambane to MaxixeThe Captain - Ferry from Inhambane to Maxixe

Relatively empty chappa from Maxixe to Vilankulo  - notice the Kathmandu logo (sponsorship?)Relatively empty chappa from Maxixe to Vilankulo - notice the Kathmandu logo (sponsorship?)

Welcome to Vilankulo

Vilankulo Prison - all prisoners escaped after the cyclone... Vilankulo Prison - all prisoners escaped after the cyclone...

Vilankulo  Church - roofless from the cyclone

The road to Zombie - the clear blue waters looking towards the Bazaruto Archipelago

The foreshore was washed away in the floods of 2000 and haven't been restored yet

Boats at Vilankulo

Relaxing by the waterfront at Vilankulo

Washing the dog in the ocean at Vilankulo

Girls playing on the beach in Vilankulo

Local fisherman still use the sail powered dhow

Junior's son Haj

Sunset at Vilankulo

The kids playing in the back streets of Vilankulo

Molly - Mascot of Zombie CucumberMolly the Dog - Zombie Cucumber

Boarding the Blue Dolphin II

Signature Shot on the Blue Dolphin II

The Blue Dolphin IIThe Blue Dolphin II

Sailing Boat at Margaruque Island

Malaria ChillsThey be Malaria Chills my friend

Relaxing at Magaruque Island

The Seafood Buffet - Dhow trip to Margaruque Island - Bazaruto Archipelago

Margaruque Island - Bazaruto ArchipelagoMargaruque Island - Bazaruto Archipelago

     
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Hey Hombre,
Just a quick one... What sort of camera are you running and what other goodies?

Al - May 25, 2007

All our gear is here. We are using two camera's, a small Olympus for happy snaps and underwater shots, and a Canon Digital SLR for everything else.

Matt & Donna - June 25, 2007

What lens/s are you using on the Canon? I assume you did a fair amount of research on the purchase - Canons are the daddies?

Al - May 30, 2007

We spent plenty of time down at the local camera store and online at the camera forums online before we finally made the purchase. We ended up staying with the packaged 18-55mm lens for day to day shooting. It's been good enough for most of what we want, although a macro lens and wide angle would come in useful for some of Donna's more arty shots. We bought the new Canon 70-300mm DO lens for taking on safari and getting up super close, it's bloody heavy but fairly compact for the range it gives. We looked into a 2x converter to get out to 600mm which would have come in handy in Kruger. We also purchased clear UV filters for each lens which we leave on all the time for protection.

Matt & Donna - June 25, 2007

 
     
     
 

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