Fine Dining For A Cause at Angola Restaurant Week

Fine Dining For A Cause at Angola Restaurant Week

angola / Gastronomy / The editorial choices /

Angola Restaurant Week is an annual initiative organized by Luanda Night Life that promotes Angola local gastronomy. It’s main objective is to democratize the access to quality and very expensive restaurants along with with a donation to a  social cause. 500 Angolan Kwanzas (Akz) or each Restaurant Week menu sold will be donated to 2 charity projects.   On […]

Sipping Through Stellenbosch

Sipping Through Stellenbosch

South Africa /

The South African summertime is upon us again! With it comes endless opportunities to explore and take advantage of all the outdoor experiences. One of any wine lovers bucket list should be a day trip to Stellenbosch, and here is why. Located 50 kilometers from Cape Town, Stellenbosch is one of South Africa’s oldest towns. At the […]

Crossing Mount Toubkal off my bucket-list!

Crossing Mount Toubkal off my bucket-list!

Morocco /

I have been procrastinating this must-do since 2016, for the lack of time and travel companions. I couldn’t do it during winter because let’s face it, I can’t stand the cold. Well a couple of months ago a friend of mine told me that he was planning a trek with some other friends and invited me to […]

Cabo Verde under my skin

Cabo Verde under my skin

Cape Verde / Zoom on… /

It has been six months now that I returned to my home country and to my usual life, and yet, I haven’t recovered from my post-travel trauma. My phone, desktop and laptop home screens show  beautiful views from Cidade Velha. My ringtone is “Nha Manera” by Boy Ge Mendes, recommended by the talented Hilario Silva. I […]

Travel Watchlist: Botswana

Travel Watchlist: Botswana

Botswana / Inspiration / Zoom on… /

If you are a fan of Alexander McCall Smith’s “Mma Ramotswe”, Botswana already might hold a special place in your heart. Located in the Southern region of Africa, Botswana is the place visit next! Mostly famous for being home to the Kalahari Desert and the Okavongo Delta, Botswana is not short of grandeur and places […]

Teaching myself how to love: a journey into the spiritual practice of our ancestors Pt 1

Teaching myself how to love: a journey into the spiritual practice of our ancestors Pt 1

Benin / Culture / The editorial choices /

My idea was genius! No Brilliant! I had finally found the answer that would unite all people of the diaspora together. The idea came through my head like water. To create a retreat titled “Back To Our Roots” that would re-unite the people of the diaspora back to the land.   “The cure for the […]

Cabo Verde, No Stress

Cabo Verde, No Stress

Cape Verde /

  Choosing Cabo Verde as my first destination abroad was not at random. Back in the days, I met three Cabo Verdeans during their stay in Morocco. Honestly, it was the first time I heard about it and curiosity just got hold of me so I decided to embark on a solo trip to Cabo […]

Around Lusaka in a Week-end

Around Lusaka in a Week-end

Zambia /

  Lusaka can only be defined as a breath of fresh air, with lush green spaces which surround the city for as far as the eye can see. Thriving ecosystems and conservation measures allow you to have an intimate interaction with wildlife and Zambian culture. My weekend in Lusaka was nothing short of magical. Here […]

Travelling the continent with Eyitemi Popo

Travelling the continent with Eyitemi Popo

Ghana / Kenya /

Meet Temi, founder of Ayiba Magazine and Girls Trip tours ! Follow her on her journey as she travels Africa with a purpose.   So tell us a bit about yourself and Ayiba Magazine.   I’m Nigerian, but I grew up in New York City and now live in Toronto, Canada. I manage Ayiba Magazine and […]

In Ghana with Sierra Nallo

In Ghana with Sierra Nallo

Ghana /

Meet Sierra, visual artist and seasoned traveler. Check her work at www.sierranallo.com and find out how she’s enjoying her current new home!   So tell us a bit about yourself.   I am a photographer from Sierra Leone and England who is currently living in Ghana. Growing up, I lived between Canada and parts of West Africa; […]