Dinner at The Boma is a must do if you visit Victoria Falls. I had the opportunity to dine at this culturally themed restaurant and I had a fantastic time with my group members. In fact, it was a major highlight of our visit to Victoria Falls.
I bet you may have heard of Victoria Falls at one point in time but just shoved it of your thoughts. If you did that, you’re on the wrong track. I was opportune to visit this little border town and I had some of the best experiences of my life
I’m always excited to try something new but Ghanaian food and I just never clicked. I had tried so much to indulge myself in it but it never worked out. Our love story never came to be so when a friend offered to take my sister and me to a
“Maybe you should write a piece for my magazine. We require a minimum of a thousand words and you can send me some of the pictures you took on your trip.”
I didn’t think she was serious when I read her chat but I thought to myself that I should
I was quite excited when I landed at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. I had been in the air for 5 hours and was a bit exhausted and could not wait to get off the plane-we arrived at about 8:30 pm. My friend Pauline was already waiting for me at the
My plan for Dubai was to go for one of the adventure tours, do a bit of shopping afterwards and call it a trip. Unknowing to me, the city had greater plans than I anticipated.
I had decided to shop before I heading off for any tour- not the best
With 5SCR (Seychellois Rupees) , I took a 30 minutes ride from my lodge in Anse Aux Pins to Victoria. I was entertained by the scene and the greenery of the Island as we drove through the narrow streets with houses on rolling hills, beautiful ponds and beach views as
After planning several times and procrastinating, I finally got to Ghana last month…by road.
I had made several enquiries from my friends who have been to Ghana by road and I was told it was about 10 hours…WRONG! The journey was like 45 hours!!! No, just joking. It was longer
The scene of the Ocean was surreal as we approached the main island of Seychelles, Mahé.
I had a nostalgic feeling as I looked from above. I remembered seeing pictures of exotic beaches in my Dad’s travel magazines and how the water was green and the sands were translucent like