This is where we bid au revoir to this country that has fascinated us with its warmth, diversity, creatures, landscape, and spirit. Majhunga, a city that cruisers alternately describe as “too dangerous” or “enchanting” is far from the crystal clear water of Tany Kely, but promises an easy clearance and provisioning for our trip across the Mozambique channel.
Ready as we are to see what lies beyond this next horizon, I feel now that our time here was too short. There were so many places that we sailed by that I would have liked to have lingered in, and so many conversations that (due to my failure to learn the local languages) were not had.
Nevertheless, the time is here. So without further delay, here are some of the “best of” photos from the last week.
Cool star seed (found by Azalea)
Our last lemur sighting
horny little lizard
A view of Morumba, from on high
Painted Baobab tree
Convivia in Morumba
A painted beetle
These guys (Sifika)
Vick, someone is following you
Chillin out school is in session
working for the money
Convivia and Yemaya
Nice burns dude
“please, bonannie, please!”
nom nom nom
Pirate Miles with his trusty sidekick
These guys were RIPPING and having fun
Citron vert (and that bebe too)
The face paint, it’s everywhere, but this was exceptional