Come take a look through my lens at Kusquam and Fasilides Bath, two historic places near Gondar, Ethiopia!
Category: African travel
Gondar – Town with Medieval Citadel i Ethiopia – Through My Lens!
Come take a look at a town with a medieval castle - in Ethiopia of all places!
Cameroon From the Diary – Bamessing, the Prescraft Center and Sagba Hill!
Another exceptional day in Cameroon seeing handicrafts and the beautiful green hills of the hill country of Cameroon!
Cameroon Memories From the Diary – Kribi!
Going back over my old diaries recounting the tales of visiting one country I really loved travelling in Cameroon. Today - it's the sleepy fishing village of Kribi!
Cameroon Memories – From the Diary! PART ONE
A great find - may travel diary from Cameroon! It's such a special country and so I'm sharing it with you!
Adventure in Cameroon Part Two – Limbe, Bamenda and the Ring Road
Today I have a second video from Cameroon seeing me head north from Limbe and Douala to the Anglophone part of the country. I take in Limbe and its incredible primate-filled wildlife sanctuary, and also explore the Ring Road area based in Bamenda.
I Went to Mali – So You Don’t Have To!
Howdy all. So here’s the idea right. It’s self-isolation time for many of us. It’s minimising social interactions and going out. With Covid-19 or the Coronavirus if you prefer, staying home is a big thing right now. And one thing that it’s virtually impossible or at least highly advised against doing is travelling, particularly internationally. …
Need to Know – West Africa
Hi all – another ‘Need to know’ this time on a part of the world you may not have considered visiting. Although West Africa lacks the east’s game parks, wildlife etc and received much fewer visitors per year, it is a genuinely vibrant and exciting part of Africa and one that deserves more visitors. If …
Foto Friday – Rope Walkway, Kakum National Forest, Ghana
Not too far from Cape Coast is the amazing Kakum National Park. Green, thick and also tall there is a suspended rope walkway many many metres above the ground, making this one of the top attractions in Ghana! Thanks for stopping by! May the Journey Never End!
Cameroon in Crisis
Hi all. I almost feel like posting a retraction today! On the 13th of February I posted this post on a little village in Cameroon – The ‘Other’ Bali. A really pretty little spot in probably my favourite West African country. As a result of this post, I was contacted via Facebook by a gentleman …