Mozambique,Inhaca Island. An Mozambican woman works on her land with a traditional farming tool; the hoe. She is preparing the ground for growing mandioca,a common staple food found on the island. Inhaca is the largest island in the Gulf of Maputo,lying 24km from the mainland. Inhaca is the most accessible of Mozambiques offshore islands,and ideally situated for a short break from Maputo.
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- Mozambique,Inhaca Island. A Mozambique lady carries her hoe after working in the fields on Inhaca Island in Mozambique. Inhaca Island is the largest island in the Gulf of Maputo,and lies 24km from the mainland.
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- Mozambique,Inhaca Island. A local African lady carries her catch of fish on her head,in Inhaca village on Inhaca Island. Inhaca Island is the largest island in the Gulf of Maputo,and lies 24km from the mainland.
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