En Route in an African Dhow

Blue Lagoon Mafia Island

Traversing between North Juani and South Juani, in an African dhow en route to the Blue Lagoon. Dhows are trading vessels primary used to carry heavy items, like fruit, fresh water or merchandise, along the costs of East Africa. Some historians claim that they were invented by Arabs or Indians, however the majority give credit to the Chinese.

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