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People and Places fter leaving school, not knowing what to do with my life, I decided to go and travel. First Israel, then to London for a working holiday. With long hours of work, I spent my free time exploring the streets of that magnificent city by foot. One evening I

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Housting the sails; In the early nineteen hundreds an English officer sationed on the island stated that the days of the dhow are over, as steam engines started arriving. Today More than hundred years later, dhows still carry more cargo too and from the island than any other mode of transport, and the culture of sailing is still very alive.

TANZANIA | Thursday, 6 June 2013 | Views [232]

Housting the sails; In the early nineteen hundreds an English officer sationed on the island stated that the days of the dhow are over, as steam engines started arriving. Today More than hundred years later, dhows still carry more cargo too and from the island than any other mode of transport, and the culture of sailing is still very alive.

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