Going on holiday by myself is one of the best decisions I’ve made so far. It was daunting at first because I had never ventured out by myself, and I had the perception that traveling was only a social thing and couldn’t be enjoyed outside of being a pair or a group. So in 2014, […]Read more "Solo travel is awesome – here’s why"
Southern African cuisine varies from effortless and straightforward to fiery and exotic. It is big on meat, fish and maize, and you are guaranteed to have a delicious and hearty meal when you visit any country in the region. Here’s a look at the region’s cuisine. Angola Angola’s cuisine is a fusion of food from […]Read more "Cuisine of Southern Africa"
West Africa is a region that was once home to some the greatest African kingdoms, including the Mossi and Ghana kingdoms, as well as the great kingdoms of Mali and Benin. The region was the hub of trade and commerce from ancient times to colonial times, attracting Arabs from the Middle East and Europeans from […]Read more "West African cuisine"
“Ma’am, may I please go to the girls’ bathroom?” I asked Mrs Krijnauw, my 6th-grade teacher. “Yes, but please hurry up”, she replied. I was nervous as I got up from my seat. I knew that I was taking a risk by going to the girls’ bathroom unaccompanied by a friend. I stood outside the […]Read more "The Ghost Named Pinky Pinky"
Africa is rich with history and heritage, and the development of the continent has been an interesting one. This article will look at the fascinating history of the continent’s 12 largest cities. Lagos, Nigeria The city of Lagos was known as Eko and was home to Yoruba and Àwórì settlers who were farmers during the 14th […]Read more "The history of Africa’s largest cities"
Every person needs a place of belonging where they will give and receive love, and the family is one such place. By the time you are 25, these are some of the things you’ll learn about family: You don’t choose your family But once you become an adult, you do choose your family. You decide […]Read more "25 things you’ll learn about family by 25"