Bringing some building materials from Dar to Kitame by Dhow.
Laying the floorboards of the first full sized deck.
Getting one of our Landrovers loaded up for a trip to Kitame.
During low tide the beach stretches a long ways out, and is a great time to look for sand dollars or splash in the tide pools.
Local craftsman made our roofing from overlapped coconut tree leaves.
The lack of light pollution leads to spectacular night skys.
Selemani and his wife use fresh, local ingredients for cooking, such as this catfish from the fish market.
The Kitame Campground sits right on the coast of the Indian Ocean, and boasts a spectacular beachfront.
Because of the seclusion of the campground, we often bring supplies in from the larger towns.