Do you feel terrified if you think of couchsurfing in Africa? Would you dare to do it? Some of us did it and here is our experience. Thanks to fellow bloggers and African addicts, hope this post will encourage you to use couchsurfing in Africa not because it is free, but allows you to go local.
How I Spent One Month in Khartoum With Local Family There is a Slavic saying about hospitality that in English translation goes something like this: three days is plenty for any guest to stay. I think similar idiom in English goes Fish and visitors stink after three days. Obviously this philosophy in Sudan is [...]
How safe is Zanzibar for solo female travellers? Exposing the bad and the good side of Zanzibar.
Kinyarwanda travel phrases for travellers to Rwanda. Learn travel basics of Kinyarwanda to overcome language barrier in Rwanda.
Learn How to Make The Most Popular East African Snack - Mandazi Today i was craving for Mandazi so I decided to do a little bit of cooking. For those who are not familiar with Mandazi, Mandazi (in coastal are people call it Mahamri) is East African snack, available anywhere from street vendors and [...]
Sudanese Arabic for travellers to Sudan. Learn basics of Sudanese Arabic to overcome language barrier in Sudan. Greetings, numbers and all you need! Tamam!
Dark Side of Tanzania - When Human Life Gets a Price Tag This post will probably read as a fiction but unfortunately is a reality in Tanzania and some other countries in Africa. Albino people living on mainland Tanzania, particularly in the Lake Victoria region, live under constant threat. Ritual attacks, kidnappings, trade in organs and body parts, [...]
Mutual Co-existence Between People and Friendly Paga Crocodiles Paga is a small town in Northern Ghana and it is located on the border with Burkina Faso. Paga is the most transitional border in the Northern part of the country. But, despite that, the town is well known also for friendly crocodiles. There is a perception [...]
Making Shea Butter in Ghana - read about raw shea butter production in Ghana, Shea butter use and economical benefits for Ghanian women.
Food Guide to Ivorian Cuisine for Beginners There could be many reasons why one would decide to visit Cote d’Ivoire and its food could easily be one of them. From the beautiful beach resorts to its stunning cathedral “Notre Dame de la Paix“ in Yamoussoukro- its political capital, not to mention the cultural hub Abidjan; [...]