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    Bucket List Buster: Unbeatable Boat Cruise between Luxor and Aswan

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    If you have ever been to Egypt and had plenty of time to dive into the amazing experiences the country…

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    Moulid Abu el-Haggag: In Honor of a Patron Sheik

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    Moulid Abu el-Haggag is an annual festival hosted in Luxor in honor of Yousef el-Haggag the Patron Sheik of the…

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    City Icon: Luxor (Ancient Thebes), Egypt

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    Regarded as the world’s greatest open-air museum, the city of Luxor – one of Egypt’s leading tourist attractions – is…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Om Ali -Luxor

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    Hello folks and welcome to Recipe Wednesday. We do hope you had a lovely weekend trying all our recipes (well,…

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    My Day at Karnak Temple

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    This account of my day at Karnak temple will begin with what I’ll be doing this Easter. Yes, this Easter…

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    PORT HARCOURT BANTABA 2017: Opening Nigeria’s South-South to the World

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    The maiden edition of the Port Harcourt Bantaba took place in the Garden City of Port Harcourt, Nigeria on the…

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    My Day at Luxor: Temple, Museum and City

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    “Did you get to Luxor Temple too?” Ibrahim, my new friend in Luxor asked. “No, maybe I will do so…

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    Festival: Harare International Festival of the Arts

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    “The Harare International Festival of the Arts is probably the best organized festival in the sub-continent and one of the…

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    City Icon: Kirsty Coventry, Harare

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    “Zimbabwe is my home. It’s where I was born. It’s my culture. I will always represent Zimbabwe. Color doesn’t matter…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Harare Traditional Guru and Muriwo

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    Hi guys and welcome to another recipe Wednesday. I do hope you have enjoyed our recipes so far. Do leave…

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    Unbeatable Luxury and Fun at Kariba

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    Kariba is a perfect escape from the freezing weather that usually characterises winter months in Zimbabwe. Unlike Harare, Gweru or…

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    Snippet of my Wonderful Experience in Harare

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    With many friends in Harare, I can safely call the city my home. Not that I have stayed there for…

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    Packing for a Trip to Ghana

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    If you wish to visit West Africa and you are wondering where to go, a trip to Ghana will be…

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    Oguaa Fetu Afahye Festival, Cape Coast

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    Purifying the New Year There is more to Cape Coast than the haunting memories of African sons and daughters…

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    City Icon: Cape Coast Castle, Ghana

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    About forty slave castles, trading posts and forts were built in Ghana, but the biggest of them is the Cape…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Ghanaian Spinach Stew with Sweet Plantain

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    Hi folks! It’s Recipe Wednesday again and time for us to add an extra dish into our recipe folders. I do…

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    8 Reasons Why Every Tourist in Ghana Loves Cape Coast

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    Centuries ago, a black man in Cape Coast is probably a captive en route across the Atlantic as a slave. …

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    Budget-Friendly Holiday in Cape Coast

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    I have always loved Accra’s vibe and its people. Well, being the capital and about the most popular place in…

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    Visit Rabat for an Authentic Moroccan Hospitality

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    It’s easy to fall in love with Morocco whichever part of it you visit. But there are some places in…

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    Festival Mawazine, Rabat

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    Festival Mawazine: High Quality Entertainment Worthy of the Capital Located at the mouth of Bou Regreg River on the Atlantic…

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    UGANDA MEMOIRS…

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    Back in 1908, a young Winston Churchill dubbed Uganda as the Pearl of Africa in his book My African Journey,…

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    Top 10 Reasons to Visit Rabat

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    Rabat is a beautiful and historically rich city. Located just by the Atlantic ocean with River Bou Regreg to its…

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    Swakopmunder Musikwoche: Bridging the Gap

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    Located on the edge of the torrid Namib Desert where Antarctic currents and strong winds cool down the Atlantic Ocean…

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    City Icon – Michelle McLean-Bailey, Namibia

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    “My priority would be with the children of Namibia, because (children) are the foundation of every nation.” – Michelle McLean…

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