Nightlife in Kitwe: Exploring the Heart of the Copperbelt
I arrived Kitwe late afternoon… After checking into Hotel Edinburgh on Obote Avenue, I took a jaunt around to survey the area.
Bulawayo: Why You Should Visit the City of Kings & Queens
Bulawayo is a win-win! Ask for where to go in Zimbabwe on a budget with superb experience and those who know ‘the ground’ well enough will recommend this city.
My Zanzibar Honeymoon 1: Welcome to Stone Town
Zanzibar cuisine is heavily influenced by Arabian and Indian culture. Most of the foods at the stands included chapati, coconut bread and Tandoori chicken…
Murchison Falls: So Much in Uganda’s Oldest National Park
Murchison Falls National Park, the oldest and largest conservation area in Uganda, is one of the alluring pearls of the landlocked East African nation.
Memories from Senegal: Reminiscing About My Friend Mamadou
I needed to get down to M’Bour, so I can see some attractions within the axis before I head up north to Saint Louis, the former capital of Senegal.
Fez: A Foodie Guide to Morocco’s Spiritual Capital
Make sure to request a gem in the culinary crown of Fez – khlii. Hard to pronounce, delicious to eat; khlii is cured and dried strips of meat preserved in fat.
Inimitable Namibia: An Amazing Uniqueness
While Savannah elephants will happily tear a tasty tree to pieces, desert elephants …understand that if they uproot a plant, they’ll never eat from it again.
My Zimbabwe Diary VIII: Salibonani Bulawayo!
We were out of Hwange Safari Lodge like fugitives fleeing the long arm of the law. …activities had been lined up for the day and the sooner we got to Bulawayo, the better.
Night Out in Kololi, Gambia
In the long run, everyone who comes to the ‘Smiling Coast’ ends up in Kololi, particularly on the famous strip – the Senegambia Strip.
Exploring Ganvié, the African Venice
Nicknamed “Venice of Africa,” Ganvié includes thousand wooden houses set up on pilotis with approximately 30,000 inhabitants who live on fishing and tourism.