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10 Things That You Must Explore While Volunteering In Uganda

UGANDA | Fri, 11 Nov 2016 | By riyankaroy | Views [64]

Uganda attracts travelers with its spectacular wildlife watching adventures, delightful natural beauty, beautiful culture, delicious cuisines and exotic flavors.   A volunteering journey to Uganda would be incomplete if you miss out any of ... Read more >

Tags: africa, explore, uganda, volunteer

The Spoils of Tabaski on Shell island

USA | Mon, 11 Jul 2016 | By jcaro | Views [68]

In a fit of restless ambition we made our way from Dakar to a small fishing village in the south of Senegal. We arrived early in the morning and before finding a place to stay on the mainland of Joal we decided to take the stroll over the narrow wooden ... Read more >

Tags: africa, celebration, dakar, family, festival, goat, joal, joal-fadiouth, mutton, tabaski

How to visit The Virunga National Park DRC

IRELAND | Sat, 9 Jul 2016 | By riverstrails | Views [193]

This is a how to guide to visiting the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic Of Congo, for a detailed story of my experience please click on the following link https://journals.worldnomads.com/riverstrails/story/141689/Congo-(Kinshasa)/Kigali-... Read more >

Tags: africa, congo, gorilla, rwanda, trekking, virunga

Kigali to Virunga National Park, DRC in 3 Days

CONGO (KINSHASA) | Fri, 8 Jul 2016 | By riverstrails | Views [219]

It was an early start at the Discover Rwanda Youth Hostel in Rwandas Capital of Kigali.After a breakfast of bread and potatoes and the nations finest Tea we jumped on a motorbike taxi to take us to Kigalis Central Bus Station. The station was alive with ... Read more >

Tags: africa, congo, gorilla, lava, mountain, trekking, volcano

Photos: Africa

CONGO (KINSHASA) | Wed, 6 Jul 2016 | By riverstrails | Photo Gallery

A 3 month trip through Africa
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Tags: africa, gorilla, trekking, virunga

Welcome to Marrakech, the Red City of European, African and Arabic Roots

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Tue, 21 Jun 2016 | By zeetravels | Views [85]

If you put aside the throngs of tourists with their selfie sticks in the old district of Marrakech, you could be forgiven for thinking that you’ve travelled back in time. Old men in their traditional garbs, women sporting Berber-inspired jewellery ... Read more >

Tags: africa, holiday, markets, marrakech, morocco, riad, shopping

4 dicembre 2013: in viaggio con Emma, emozioni e paranoie di una madre...

UGANDA | Wed, 24 Jun 2015 | By mwendemma | Views [160]

Ricordo un giorno di novembre in cui, rientrando in casa con Emma ho pensato...anzi, non era solo un pensiero, era un forte istinto, un suggerimento ad alta voce della mia mente, un bisogno corporeo, dell'anima...ho  pensato  che avrei voluto ... Read more >

Tags: africa, cuamm, uganda

Photos: Mamma Africa

SOUTH AFRICA | Wed, 27 May 2015 | By cayly | Photo Gallery

My home, South Africa
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Tags: africa, cape town, frranschoek, paarl, south africa, stellenbosch, the eastern cape

Ass-umptions

USA | Sat, 16 May 2015 | By less_is_more | Views [129]

Yesterday we headed up to our local AAA office to take care of vehicle registration before we take off.  The two other reasons we went there was to get a set of passport photos taken for each of us for any visa needs we might encounter, and to get ... Read more >

Tags: africa, books, family, kids, malaria, packing, wwoof

A Mild and Well Managed Freak Out

USA | Thu, 14 May 2015 | By less_is_more | Views [124]

So we had an interesting moment the other morning when our geriatric lab ate the fourth (out of four) Typhoid pill that our daughter dropped onto the floor in the kitchen during breakfast.  As soon as it hit the floor so many new problems and stressors ... Read more >

Tags: africa, books, family, kids, malaria, packing, wwoof

Getting Closer

USA | Mon, 11 May 2015 | By less_is_more | Views [108]

We're flying out in 10 days.  We're no more prepared than we were at my last post.  We've made another REI run but only for things we had to purchase anyway like shoes for the kids.  I sent a followup email to the only WWOOF that we have ... Read more >

Tags: africa, books, family, kids, malaria, packing

The other night we sat around reading

USA | Thu, 9 Apr 2015 | By less_is_more | Views [101]

The other night we sat around reading the Lonely Planet 'East Africa' travel book trying to decide what things we don't want to miss.  The list (for me) is quite long actually.  Because we are tent camping for a lot of the trip it only seems ... Read more >

Tags: africa, hostels, parks, wwoof

Whelmed

USA | Tue, 7 Apr 2015 | By less_is_more | Views [94]

Dated:7 April 2015 (from blogger) I am definitely feeling whelmed by the planning involved for our 7-½ week Africa trip.  This is ridiculous to say  because we haven't planned anything.  It's not just that we haven't planned ... Read more >

Tags: africa, family, kids, malaria, packing

Photos: Daily life of local communities in oil&gas in African regions

ITALY | Sat, 22 Nov 2014 | By nicolasacco | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I am a 33 years old photographer who focused on daily life in Africa countries impacted by oil&gas industries. I did this since I discovered Africa during my work: I am economist dealing with local development programs in the countries where energy companies ... Read more >
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Tags: 2014, africa, daily life, nicolasacco.com, travel photography scholarship, witness journal, wj

1 off the Bucket List of Travel: Africa (Nairobi, Kenya)

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Thu, 31 Jul 2014 | By carolepng | Views [249]

Even today 2 weeks later, I still can not believe that I have travelled to the other side of the world from where I am typing from.  I never thought I'd ever see the other side, let alone a continent that is so close to heart as it is also known ... Read more >

Tags: africa, fin4ag14, kenya, matatu, transit

Crawling

RWANDA | Fri, 11 Jul 2014 | By jennpete | Views [170]

Kigali is starting to make a bit more sense.  I've gotten lost about three times in the past two days which just means that I know my way around even that much better now. Luckily Rwanda is a really safe place so I don't have to worry so much about ... Read more >

Tags: africa, kigali, rwanda, volunteering

Here

RWANDA | Wed, 9 Jul 2014 | By jennpete | Views [185]

This is the official start of my fourth day in Africa. The people and landscape of Rwanda are beautiful so far. It's really lush and mountainous, the perfect contradiction to NYC's noise and tumult. I'm finding myself a bit overwhelmed, which is to be ... Read more >

Tags: africa, jet lag, rwanda

A week in Mozambique

MOZAMBIQUE | Thu, 12 Jun 2014 | By jellybean | Views [214]

The yellowed interior of the dishevelled airport arrivals terminal did nothing to improve our growing concerns.  Only an hour ago we had been brimming with excited anticipation as the doors of a small jet opened on Maputo, the capital of exotic ... Read more >

Tags: africa, beaches, diving, on the road, sunsets

June 1

KENYA | Mon, 2 Jun 2014 | By joytranae | Views [470] | Comments [5]

Hi everybody! We (my cousin, Nakia, and I) arrived in Kenya today around 7am Kenya time. The local time here is 8 hours ahead of Texas time.  The flights were good other than being delayed in D.C. and missing our flight in Doha. Our flights ... Read more >

Tags: africa, kenya, maasai, nairobi

There in their home

ZIMBABWE | Sat, 3 May 2014 | By sophiew | Views [181]

When she smiled at me for the first time, my stomach twisted and something rushed up into my throat that made me feel like I was choking. I blinked and realised my eyes were wet. Not the emotion I was hoping for. 'Shap!' she said to me, ... Read more >

Tags: africa, community, education, giving, hope, receiving

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