During my second week in Egypt, i discovered that there was what is termed as New Cairo. Its a lovely new city literally looking like a picture from a glossy real estate magazine like HABITAT. Cairo is the capital and is one of the largest cities in the world and it is the largest in … Continue reading Egypt on the Charming Offensive with New Cairo
In October 2015, I was in Egypt on a three week mission and the trip was a complex maze of emotions, mainly because it was my first time to be in a predominantly Arabic country. I was fascinated by the fact that Egypt has been at the core of civilization and cradle of mankind. Egypt … Continue reading Rawness of Egypt
Ever been told you travel a lot! Or ever experienced this feeling that i have been in this hotel room even though you are in a completely new country and its your first time checking in that hotel.Ever been accused of travelling too much. More often, when someone says, "you travel too much" with me, … Continue reading That first long haul flight that qualifies you to be charged with Travelling too Much.
To kick off this blog, i want to start by saying, i grew up in a country where we have a number of natural game reserve. We have the Malolotja Nature Reserve, Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary, Hlane Royal National Park, Mbuluzi Game Reserve and the Mkhaya Game Reserve. I dont have a specific game reserve to recommend for anyone to visit … Continue reading Its a Zoo after all! Or is it?
Shebas Breasts located in Ezulwini, Swaziland Have you ever experienced that annoying moment when your confidence and self esteeem is high, you walking around town all dolled up looking all nice and glossy, suddenly you get stopped by a tourist. "Excuse me, we are looking for a way to acess Shebas breasts" "Sheba who"?"The famous landmark … Continue reading Shebas Breasts: Oh you mean those “Granite breasts”!
Injera Last month, on the third week of November, I was in Addis Ababa, capital of Ethiopia. It was my fifth visit in the last four years. Ethiopian airlines makes travelling to Ethiopia a smooth breeze hence you rarely worry about the flight. They have a new fleet of planes just to add to the … Continue reading Injeria and Fish Goulash: Tales of African spicy food/Running stomachs
Anytime i talk about my trip to Antananarivo Madagascar, people assume the Maldives, Seychelles or Fiji. Those exotic islands where you just spend the better part of your day either sunbathing, taking photographs of random people, or just sipping on a Pina Colada or Mogido on a clean exotic beach bar wearing those ugly colourful … Continue reading Antananarivo, a trip of a lifetime unfullfilled