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Mozambique - Bilene (Africa)

I had the chance of getting to know beautiful beaches; Bilene is one of them where we could hang out with a great landscape. It wasn't on high season even though better because the beach was just for us. A quite place with no waves and fewer people around. A sunny day to enjoy while you walk on the hot sand.
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Amazing experience you have, man !!
Marvelous, quiet, awesome
If you have to describe the beach of Mozambique in few words. Howare you going to describe it ?
god willing in the future
Thank you...if you have the chance to go to mozambique...just do it...is is an amazing place
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