When writing my previous post on Egypt, I came to realize the significance of the Great River Nile, and how lucky I am for living in or near its watershed for the last few years. The Nile is the longest river in the world, and carries paramount importance both in history and presence for much […]Read more "The Three Niles"
Which real traveler wouldn’t rank Egypt high on their bucket list? It is THE country that provokes imagination, awe, and admiration. Like the others, I have also been intrigued by this land of Pharaohs, pyramids and papyrus, the cradle of human civilization.Read more "Pharaohs, pyramids and papyrus"
Rwanda is a tiny landlock African country, with a land area similar to Albania, and a population of about 12 million. But what an incredible small country it is, and Kigali is an incredible city. Situated on seven rolling hills and also occupying the valleys between them, Kigali is one of the cleanest, safest, and […]Read more "Seven Hills of Kigali"
En résumé, Dakar est plus incroyable que Paris. J’ai toujours espère visiter de Paris depuis 14 ans. En 2018, j’ai une chance enfin rester dans la ville lumière pour une semaine. Mon conclusion: Paris, c’est malheureux. J’ai visité les plus des musées et les monuments célèbres. Mais, chacun des monuments avait une grande foule de […]Read more "Les promenades, Île-de-France à Île de Gorée"
When my buddy in Addis Ababa asked me if I want to go on a trip to Hargeisa, capital of the Republic of Somaliland, I immediately said yes. Seriously, how many chances do you get to visit a country that technically does not existent and is not recognized by the United Nations?Read more "Visiting Somaliland – a country that does not exist"