Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda

This has to be one of the best experiences of my life. I can’t give it any higher praise than that. Gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park now comes with hefty price tag, but if you’re willing to part with your hard earned cash you won’t be disappointed. Mountain Gorillas in Rwanda Volcanoes National Park is located in North Western Rwanda. This protected area is home to 10 groups of mountain gorillas, all of varying sizes. Each gorilla…

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10 off the beaten path destinations

I feel like the term, off the beaten path gets thrown around quite a lot these days. With travel and information about where to travel being so easy these days, visiting truly off the beaten path destinations is getting harder and harder to do. For me getting off the beaten path often means going to the middle of nowhere. Or going to a place where few others dare to venture, along a route that is not easy to…

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Why should you visit Sudan?

Sudan is going through a big transitional period at the moment and you might be wondering if it's ok to visit Sudan. President Omar al-Bashir was ousted from power on 11 April after 30 years in charge. Currently the military are in power with a promise to hand the country back to civilian rule after 2 years. However, the people aren't happy with this and are still protesting outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. So why should you…

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Injera – love it or hate it?

To me injera looks like a flannel, has the texture of stomach lining and tastes like a cold, acidic pancake! But don't let me put you off, this Ethiopian staple is packed full of goodness and is a must try for anyone visiting Ethiopia. What is it? Injera is a common food eaten in Ethiopia. It is typically made from teff seeds which are ground into flour then left to ferment with water and yeast for 2-3 days.…

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