Where to stay in Johannesburg ? Pablo House – Melville Guest House

Where to stay in Johannesburg ? Pablo House – Melville Guest House

South Africa / Southern Africa /

I went to Johannesburg for the first time last week and stayed at Pablo House – Melville Guest House. From outside we do not expect the slap that returns the place. I had already seen the pictures on the internet but I did not think I would have been so taped. Pablo House Guest House […]

Craft Cocktail & Rotisserie Lounge in Douala : JJQUEST.

Craft Cocktail & Rotisserie Lounge in Douala : JJQUEST.

Cameroon / Central Africa / Zoom on… /

  JJQUEST is a Craft Cocktail & Rotisserie Lounge with the goal to redefine the local Food & Drinks culture by introducing craft cocktails of renowned standard, elevating the local street-food and rotisserie to gourmet level, and inspiring an engaging lifestyle around JAMESON. The exciting tastes of international cuisine in a superb interior of our […]

Marble Restaurant | Restaurant in Johannesburg

Marble Restaurant | Restaurant in Johannesburg

South Africa / Southern Africa / The editorial choices /

During my trip in  Johannesburg, i was able to discover amazing restaurants like Marble. Marble is a celebration of quintessential South African fare. It embodies South Africans’ love of cooking with fire, a quality that makes their food culture different from the rest of the world.   Situated in Keyes Art Mile, the growing art and […]

Back To Our Root healing retreat: A soulful experience for women of colour

Back To Our Root healing retreat: A soulful experience for women of colour

Benin /

BTOR in Benin was a beautiful, edifying and intimate experience shared with amazing women of colour. I will not thank Wilizé enough for her love, care, patience, resilience and for allowing us to live such a peaceful, pleasurable and memorable week. She is an inspiration and a blessing to our community! Wilizé has carefully curated […]

A holistic approach to life from an African perspective

A holistic approach to life from an African perspective

Benin /

As a young Ivorian woman who grew up in the diaspora, I vowed to take an afrocentric approach to anything I decide to undertake. Navigating the sphere of holistic wellness (which is highly glamourised, consumerism-led and white-washed), I often felt frustrated by the dominance of Eastern spirituality. Even though most spiritual traditions are based on […]

My Solo trip to Zanzibar, Tanzania Part 1

My Solo trip to Zanzibar, Tanzania Part 1

Tanzania /

Jambo! It’s been well over a couple of months since I arrived home from my trip in Zanzibar. I’ve finally managed to pen down my experience and I hope it gets to help many of you carefully plan yours as well.   I embarked on my journey to Zanzibar on Christmas day last year, many would […]

My Solo trip to Zanzibar, Tanzania Part 2

My Solo trip to Zanzibar, Tanzania Part 2

Tanzania /

Starting in from Stone Town   If I could describe Zanzibar to someone it would be that it is not like what I have seen on TV or in magazines, it was is so much more than I expected it to be. Every little detail in Stone Town was beautiful. The name Stone Town says […]

Turning Mountains into Anthills

Turning Mountains into Anthills

Kenya /

I have dreamt of conquering Mount Kilimanjaro, but it is unrealistic to wake up one day and imagine myself fit enough to climb the highest mountain in Africa without any prior practice. But… I could opt to go and climb Mount Longonot. Located in Kenya’s Rift Valley, Mount Longonot was the perfect weekend activity to work […]

Fall In Love in Rwanda

Fall In Love in Rwanda

Rwanda /

It is no surprise that honeymoon destinations across Africa are becoming increasingly popular, and Rwanda is among the top countries of the list. Touring the land of a thousand hills, it is evident why Rwanda is a popular romantic getaway. Keep reading to see how you and your loved one can fall in love in […]

Rwandan Culinary Specialties

Rwandan Culinary Specialties

Rwanda /

Rwanda is full of wonderful things to experience and its cuisine is certainly one of them. Whether you’re staying in a town or a village, you’ll have an amazing selection of traditional dishes to sample during your trip!   Beans   Beans are a staple food in Rwanda, with nearly 90% of the population eating them every day […]