“The Monaco, Amalfi, and Venice of South Africa” By Jessica Bayley Cold limoncello cocktails, the warmth of the Mediterranean sun turning your hair golden, cool cobalt waters… Sounds like a Hollywood film set in Positano, doesn’t it? South African budgets are not the most favorable when it comes to international travel, especially in Europe at…
African American History Museum is among the newest museums in Washington DC, exploring this large, interesting history museum.
Equatorial Guinea: A nation in Africa where people speak Spanish. The island of Bioko has a market where alligators and pangolin are on offer.
Stellenbosch is South Africa’s wine capital but Cindy-Lou Dale finds much more than just wine, including art and fascinating locals.
In the shadow of Kilimanjaro lies a mountain with all of its neighbor’s glory but little of its fame. Cameron Fergus treks Mount Kenya and shares his observations.