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    7 Days in Paradise: Relax and Unwind in Saly

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    What’s your ideal holiday like? Is it a relaxed time in a big ocean-front hotel, nice beaches for playground whenever…

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    7 Things to Pack in Your Travel Backpack

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    By Rebecca Siggers Packing up for a vacation can be quite a hectic affair. Travelling requires you to ensure prior…

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    Beirut to host International Travel and Tourism Market in 2020

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    The International Travel and Tourism Market will take place in Lebanon from the 19th till the 21st of February 2020…

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    Holiday in Senegal: My 7 days in paradise

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    Charming, warm, amazing, cool…just about any positive adjective will do if I have to describe my recent experience in Senegal…

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    5 Romantic Ideas for a Getaway Weekend

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    By Rachel O’Conner When you’re in a long-term relationship, it’s easy to get wrapped up in the day to day…

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    8 Tips To Make Your Travel Memorable!

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    By Jessica Smith It is everyone’s dream to travel all over the world. What makes travelling so exciting and fun…

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    Top 10 Safe Vacation Tips

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    There’s nothing in the world quite like travel. The entire experience – from cultural immersion, getting to know the locals,…

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    Going To Dubai? Here Are 7 Things You Should Not Miss

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    There are a million and one reasons to visit the United Arab Emirate – work, study, holiday, business, etc.  whatever…

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    Summer Holiday In South Africa with Toke Makinwa, Bonang Matheba, Mai Atafo, Kelechi Amadi – Obi, Ameyaw Debra, Folu Storms, Sister Deborah

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    Our favourite influencers are having the time of their lives right now; they are enjoying the amazing scenery, culture, adventures…

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    Lac Rose: Welcome to Lake Retba

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    Lac Rose or Pink Lake is a freak of nature! Nature has a weird way of distributing some ‘gifts’ unequally.…

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    Top Fun Things To Do in Hermanus

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    Looking for a place that promises a memorable holiday? Have you heard of Hermanus – that quintessential holiday town located…

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    Foodie Weekend – M’Bour Poulet (Chicken)Yassa

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    Welcome to M’Bour, Senegal. The land of the Pink Lake, the famous house of slaves, Goreé Island, the sultry sounds…

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    Russia to Launch E-Visa by 2021 – but African tourists could be excluded

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    If Russia, that wilfully distant country of long winters where you could stroll around Saint Petersburg, discover Moscow, or bask in Lake…

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    Here are the Embassies that Refuse Schengen Visa Applicants the Most

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    By Granit Sadiku The French embassy located in Lagos accounted for 12,963 visa denials alone Schengen embassies in Nigeria rejected…

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    How to Stay Safe Travelling to a New Continent

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    By Rachel O’Conner For many people, the thought of travelling to Africa brings up thoughts of the great unknown. Since…

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    5 Cities Best for Road Trips This Time of the Year

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    By Jessica Smith Are you looking for the best tourist destination for a road trip leisure to relax your minds?…

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    Foodie Weekend: Nthochi Bread – Malawian Banana Bread

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    Ever just wanted something sweet to sink your teeth into, simple but yet delicious enough to warrant a second helping?…

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    Nigeria remains the most popular country of origin for African students in UK

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    By Granit Sadiku Although the number of Nigerian students fell largely by 41% between 2014/15 and 2017/18, Nigerians still remain the…

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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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    How to have the best of Comoros Island

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    People travel around for different reasons: research, fun, adventure and the fun of being among the lucky few who have…

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    Foodie Weekend: Algerian Djedj Mechoui

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    There’s something about Mediterranean cooking that immediately gets you salivating, the use of spices that inspire flavourful aromas, awaken the…

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    You Can Now Visit International Space Station As Tourists

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    Are you an adventure junky looking for out-of-this-world-experience or you’re one of those who have always imagined how the other…

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    Africans, Others to Pay More For Schengen Visa from January 2020

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    Africans and other travellers who need a Schengen Visa to visit European countries will now pay a higher visa fee…

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    Foodie Weekend: Zambian Staple – Nshima with Tomato Gravy & Okra

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    Zambia’s National staple is cornmeal/polenta, they have quite a number of recipes that use this staple as a base, the…

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