Lazy Lagoon, Bagamoyo, Tanzania
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Lazy Lagoon, Bagamoyo, Tanzania

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Lazy Lagoon, east of the coastal city of Bagamoyo, eastern Tanazania. A wonderful place for snorkeling and sailing. Situated close to the archaeological site, Kaole Ruins.

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A: Lazy Lagoon, Bagamoyo, Tanzania

by Martin Broomfield, 70 meters away

Lazy Lagoon, east of the coastal city of Bagamoyo, eastern Tanazania. A wonderful place for snorkelin...

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B: Deserted Dhow, Lazy Lagoon, Bagamoyo

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Lazy Lagoon, east of the coastal city of Bagamoyo, eastern Tanazania. A wonderful place for snorkelin...

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C: Deserted Dhow, Lazy Lagoon, Bagamoyo

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I: Forodhani Gardens - House of Wonders - food market

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J: Anglican Cathedral

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