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    Fun, Motorbikes & a Spice of Voodoo

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    Exploring Cotonou and environs… Although it is not the capital of the country, Cotonou is the largest city and no…

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    A safari in the Great Karoo

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    By Janine Avery When one thinks of the quintessential South African safari, a few destinations spring to mind. Whether it’s spotting…

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    Why I am Fired Up About Soweto

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    By Soussou Veronica Every moment I spend in South Africa embeds beautiful memories in my mind. While I keep relishing…

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    Visit Johannesburg: A First-Timer’s Guide

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    By Zara Lewis Most tourists in South Africa usually go straight to safari spots or Cape Town and leave Johannesburg off…

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    Here is Something Nice from Luxor for the Weekend: Om Ali

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    We talk about the Egyptian pyramids, history and ancient places. But we easily forget the things that the Egyptians could not…

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    The Timeless Appeal of Kruger National Park

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    By Soussou Veronica   South Africa’s Kruger National Park shows you just why the word amazing was formed. In this…

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    This is Magical Kenya as Nature Intended

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    Very few places offer close-up contact with nature as the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. This piece provides a…

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    A Different Picture of Rabat, Morocco

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    Rabat’s walkable centre, enchanting features, clean public beaches, well-kept palm-lined boulevards, especially at ville nouvelle, roads relatively free of traffic,…

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    Enjoy Amazing Holiday in Marrakesh For Half the Price

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    If you are still looking for a lovely destination for your next holiday, then search no further. We’ve combed all…

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    Great Ways to Enjoy this Weekend in Lagos

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    Most Lagosians are up well before dawn to start a new day, and many don’t return home until very late.…

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    What an Australian Needs to Know Before Visiting South Africa

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    By Zara Lewis If you’re an Aussie who’s never travelled further west than Perth, South Africa can be quite a challenge…

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    Youssou N’Dour – City Icon: Dakar, Senegal

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     Youssou N’Dour the Senegalese superstar and Grammy Award winner, is one of Africa’s most globally recognized musicians. Featured on the March…

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    How to Get The Best Travel Pictures

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    In this piece, Steven Chikosi, a photographer, filmmaker, visual storyteller and top Instagrammer based in Zimbabwe provides tips on how…

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    It’s Been a Blast

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    A few days after winning an unprecedented treble of the UEFA Champions’ League as coach of the Los Merengues, former…

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    20 Popular Nigerian Food

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    Whether you are in Nigeria looking for something to do this weekend, or you are visiting and looking for something…

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    Owerri: Arts, Food and Nightlife

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    Swim in its oriental ambience, enjoy its natural jewels, meet its wonderful people, and delve into the rich Igbo culture…

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    Dakar, Senegal: Show No Fright!

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    …the concluding part of my Dakar experience – Dakar, Senegal: The Missed Chance. ***** I smiled and said, “You speak…

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    Fears and Tears of the Nigerian Civil War

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    About 65km east of Owerri is Umuahia, the capital of Abia state in Nigeria. This is my third day in…

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    Adventurous Day Out at Ogbunike Cave

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    The Ogbunike Cave is dark, eerie and not a place for the faint-hearted. In this piece, Michael Alvin says the…

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    The Artistic Splendour of Ogbunike Palace

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    Anambra is a cosmopolitan state in Eastern Nigeria. It is home to the commercial town of Onitsha and the laid…

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    Why Enugu is an Amazing Destination for Tourists

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    How did Nigeria, a concoction of ethnic groups, survive together as a country for more than a century? You can’t answer…

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    Mountain of Dragons

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    By Chike Okoye Its peak, Thabana Ntlenyana, at 11,424 ft. towers over its peers! The great mountain range cuts across three countries:…

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    Dakar, Senegal: The Missed Chance

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    I was determined to get a taste of Dakar’s nightlife. Bamba had assured me on the plane that the city…

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    Uganda’s Mountain Gorillas III: Meeting The Batwa

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    Hello! Today we bring you the third and final part of the feature written by Canadian travel writer, Johanna Read…

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