Memories from Senegal: My Friend Mamadou

My time in Saly was running out. I needed to get down to M’Bour and meet with Diallo, so I can see some of the major attractions within the axis before I head up north […]

Memories from Senegal: Onward to Saint Louis

It was Thursday and time to bid Saly farewell and head up north. Saint Louis, the former capital of Senegal was calling. I called Mamadou and by the time I had checked out of […]

Cape Coast Castle, Cape Coast, Ghana

About forty slave castles, trading posts and forts were built in Ghana, but the biggest of them is the Cape Coast Castle which today is one of the major tourist […]

Cabo Verde

Formerly known as Cape Verde, Cabo Verde is an island country located in the Atlantic Ocean off the West African coast close to Senegal, Mauritania and the Gambia. The formation […]

Ghana

Officially recognized as the Republic of Ghana, the West African country stretches from the Gulf of Guinea on the western edge of Africa, complemented by the Atlantic Ocean to the […]

The Gambia

The Gambia is no doubt Africa’s smallest country, yet every year thousands of people are drawn to its beautiful beaches to bask in the warm sunshine, and enjoy exciting watersports […]

Senegal

Located in the westernmost part of the African continent, Senegal is bordered by Mauritania, Mali, Guinea, and Guinea-Bissau. The West African country enjoys a dry tropical climate and has a […]

Dakar

Dakar the capital of Senegal is a beautiful African city. The streets are clean, the people are friendly and at night the city dazzles with all the brilliant lights. Tourism […]

Maaha Beach Resort, Ghana: Indigenous Hospitality Redefined

Maaha Beach Resort is a class apart. I call it “an inviting expanse of bespoke indigenous hospitality carefully blended with nature.” Located in Anokyi in Ellembele District of the oil-rich Western Region of Ghana, Maaha Beach Resort derives its name […]