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Lake Tana: The African Wonder with 37 Floating Islands

Lake Tana is the largest Lake of the African nation of Ethiopia and is the source of the longest river in the world – Nile. A boat ride across Lake Tana is something that travelers should most certainly pursue. The various islands on the lake plus the monasteries on its shores are worth seeing. A lot […]

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Le Caudan Waterfront Mauritius: Leisure, Pleasure and Biz

Le Caudan Waterfront is situated in Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius. This modern waterfront shopping and entertainment complex in Port Louis features a wide array of shops, restaurants, 4 & 5 star hotels, movie theaters, a casino, a history museum, a craft market and it hosts regular live street entertainment. Le Caudan Waterfront is […]

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Blue Nile Falls are Ethiopia’s ‘Smoky Water’ Incarnate

Blue Nile Falls are located on the famous river Nile in the northern region of Ethiopia.  This natural spectacle is known locally as Tisisat falls in Amharic (an afro-asiatic language). ‘Tissiat’ means ‘smoky water’ or the ‘Nile that smokes.’  It is situated about 30 km downstream from the town of Bahar Dar and Lake Tana. Blue Nile Falls […]

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Sao Tome and Principe: Go Tripping Wonderfully at the Equator in Africa

Sao Tome and Principe is a tiny island nation located in the Gulf of Guinea in West Africa just off the coast of Gabon. It is the second smallest country in Africa and one of the least visited in the world. It is made up of two main archipelagos: Sao Tome, which consists of more […]