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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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    Bill Gates shares 5 summer books and other things to do at home

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    By Bill Gates Whether you’re looking for a distraction or just spending a lot more time at home, you can’t…

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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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    Foodie Friday: Leblabi (Tunisian Chickpea Soup)

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    Hi folks! It’s another Foodie Friday day and we are excited to bring you another yummy recipe. We do hope you…

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    We will have summer tourist season, promises EU, as AU, others keep mum

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    The EU’s executive has proposed a gradual lifting of borders in a bid to prevent the total collapse of its…

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    When will holidays resume?

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    Exactly when holidays will resume is still a tough puzzle, but there is some ray of hope because many countries…

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    As Germans prepare for foreign holidays, I console myself with travel books

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    WORLD TRIP By Tim Adams In this piece, Tim Adams fantasies travel and foreign holidays amidst coronavirus and travel restrictions.…

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    10 lessons you learn traveling the world in your 20’s

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    Let’s start preparing for life after Covid-19 by reflecting on some of the lessons that travelling offers. If you’re over…

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    Foodie Friday: Malagasy Cake

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    Hello folks! Another foodie Friday means another Weekend to wet your taste buds and there is definitely something sweet on…

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    Madagascar’s Famadihana: A Feast for the Dead

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    Madagascar president’s claims that a herbal tonic produced within the country can cure patients of COVID-19 has brought global attention…

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    11 Endemic Madagascar Wildlife

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    Everyone who knows or has heard about Madagascar instantly links the country to its out-of-this-world wildlife. Well, what do you…

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    Covid 19: Kenya, South Africa cancel travel shows

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    South African Minister of Tourism, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, has confirmed that the 2020 Africa’s Travel Indaba and the Annual Lilizela Awards…

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    Essential Tips on Your First Trip to Madagascar

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    Madagascar president’s claims that a herbal tonic produced within the country can cure patients of COVID-19 has brought global attention…

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    Covid-19: Greece Wants Tourists Back From July

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    To revive its economy that has been badly hit by the novel Coronavirus restrictions, Greece, one of the world’s most-loved…

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    Foodie Friday: Chicken with Coffee Sauce – Sao Tomé & Príncipe

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    Hello guys! Hope you all are having a great week so far. We wish you an even better weekend ahead.…

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    Dozens of ways to escape without leaving home

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    By Negin Safdari In quarantine, vacation days seem like a relic from another era. If you’ll only be journeying from…

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    Tips for Planning an Off-Road Adventure

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    By Zara Lewis For those born with adventure in their blood, off-road tracks are what dreams are made off. Fast-paced, unique,…

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    Covid-19 lockdowns: These countries are easing restrictions but…

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    Weeks of lockdown due to the coronavirus have had serious consequences on tourism and the economy generally. But the hope…

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    Experts Discover 1,000-Year-Old Church Walls in Ethiopia

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    The walls of a 1,000-year-old church in Ethiopia have been discovered by archaeologists from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology…

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    Foodie Friday: Ghanaian Spinach Stew with Sweet Plantain

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

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    How to create visual diary of your existence during this lockdown

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    Click… click… click…and you’ve stored away loads of memories and ideas to inspire you and someone else! We all want…

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    10 Budget Travel Tips for Post-Coronavirus Travels

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    By Charles Ebert It might take awhile, but when countries around the world eventually open up and economies race back…

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    Travelling with Criminal Record: All you Need to Know

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    By Emily Andrews   Travelling with criminal record can be challenging but doable. Using the USA as a case study,…

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