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Forty Thieves Camel

There are a lot of camels, some are owned by arabs who want money for taking photos, not the man on the panorama, he is friendly waiting on the Forty Thieves bar for customers, if you go there please tell him you have seen a picture of him in the internet (he dont know what's internet :-) 

By the way its interessting to know that the people who working in the hotels or on the beach usually are not locals, most of them are from the Nairobi area or from the poor west and north of Kenya. The locals are believed to be lazy. 

Copyright: Christian Hartmann
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 17/04/2012
Uploaded: 16/05/2012
Updated: 29/03/2015


Tags: kenya; camel; diani beach; forty thieves bar; restaurant; bar
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