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My Experience in Kenya As A Female Traveller

My Experience in Kenya As A Female Traveller

Why Travel To Kenya? Countless Opportunities for adventure, beautiful language, landscapes that will leave you in disbelief, outrageously beautiful coastline, safari trips that will amaze, and vibes that’ll have you grinning ear to ear! The people are incredible too… there are just too many reasons to write about! Working in Kenya Volunteering in Kenya is something extraordinary. It’s easier than …

Most Beautiful Shots of Congolese landscape

Most Beautiful Shots of Congolese landscape

Largely known for its dark history and civil unrest, the Congo is also a place of great beauty. Its vast forests, rivers and savannahs give rise to landscapes of stunning natural beauty. Here are 10 of my favourites. Mount Nyiragongo Located within Virguna National Park surrounded by forests and savannah, Mount Nyiragongo is an active volcano standing 3740 meters above sea level. …

Best Portraits of Africa: Black and White Edition by Mario Gerth

Best Portraits of Africa: Black and White Edition by Mario Gerth

In Benin, scars on the face –more specifically in the apples of the cheek – represent heritage, ethnicity, beauty or clan ties. Etched into the skin during infancy, these artificial dimples come in a variety of hash mark patterns depending on where you are from. If your mother is from one tribe and your father from another, they both have …

Crossing the Taba, Egypt to Eilat, Israel land Border on foot

Crossing the Taba, Egypt to Eilat, Israel land Border on foot

Since the 2014 Taba bus bombing on a tourist coach, killing 4 – foreigners are crossing the Egypt – Israel border less and less It took about 20 minutes to cross the border from Taba to Eilat and I didn’t pay anything and it was a breeze compared to the nightmare border crossing I did on Africa’s most corrupt border …

My Strange Trip To Hurghada

My Strange Trip To Hurghada

I was to discover in my next destination, Hurghada that three surprises appeared to be built into the itinerary for this stop Sugar Mamas… everywhere The first of these came in the evening at a roadside café on Sheraton Street, Hurghadas busiest road. It was confusing, especially after Luxor. I had envisioned it as a cute, fisherman destination wherein the …

My trip to Morocco In Bullet Points

My trip to Morocco In Bullet Points

Morrocco is beautiful The people are amazing, hospitable and the food is great. I travelled alone, through 20 different cities and villages by bus mainly. Dirt roads and pit stops in random villages.. I played playstation with a random 90 year old guitarist with one eye. And his sister brought us food. I climbed the atlas mountains. I made couscous …