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I'd recommend Mauritius if you're willing to take your time by the beach and rest. Clear turquoise waters, warm temperature, lots of great resorts. Not much to do other than that, but if you choose a nice hotel, the service is amazing and you can focus on your tan ;)
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A wonderful country that seems to be on the verge of greatness. Friendly people, excellent food, and host to a number of world-class sights, including: the rock hewn churches of Lalibela and Simien Mountain National Park. To me, the real highlight of Ethiopia was the people. Friendly, colorful, and engaging. Although I wouldn't put Ethiopia on my short-list of must-see ...
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Best spot to visit during our winter time, since it is summer time there. The flamboyants are in flower, lytchees are everywhere and the weather is perfect. Awesome!
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Desert scenery, quaint villages, wonderful people!
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I was less than impressed with Mali. Granted, I had dysentery most of the time I was here (too much information?) so I didn't get to do much. Most of my travel companions rated the Dogon trek and mask dance highly, though. There were some security concerns when I was there as well which certainly put a damper on the ...
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am really proud of being somali person cauze i really love my country my people.it is my mother land i must do every thing that i could to rice up my beloved flag to tell the people that we are a real peace full country which every one in the world can overview this real peace
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A tiny Anglophone nation sandwiched in large, French-speaking Senegal, Gambia is definitely worth visiting. This country seems to have it all: beautiful nature, forests filled with monkeys, great food (especially for seafood and mango eaters), beaches with water so warm you can swim in it for hours, and very friendly people. I enjoyed it even during the imposing heat and ...
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Cameroon is what I always dreamed West Africa to be with lush jungles, tiny villages, and vibrant market places. After visiting so many, it remains one of my favorite African countries.
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One of my favourite places on earth. You can find accommodation for as little as £4 a night. Go on an unforgettable safari to spot the big five, and stop off at villages to meet some of the friendliest people on the planet. Time your visit around the Lake Of Stars Festival which is growing more popular every year.
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Captivating, complex, intimidating, and sometimes frightening. The DRC has incredible tourism potential but isn't for the faint-hearted. Expect incredible natural wonders and vibrant cultures. Far from the beaten path for tourism.
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One of the few affordable places within striking distance which is hot in February. The perfect place to laze on a beach and sun away the post-Christmas blues.
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I was really busy during my brief time here so I didn't get the best sense of the country. I did get to see how strong the belief in Voodoo is here, which was fascinating and beautiful. I also got a pretty good idea of how warped the Western idea of Voodoo is. If you're into cultural experience or have ...
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Mountainous Lesotho, landlocked in southeastern South Africa, seems a world apart from the nation that encircles it. Small villages with traditional stone rondavel huts, men in skullcaps and wool blankets driving ponies along rough mud roads, and some fantastic upland scenery define the country, which is one of the poorest in the world. As a destination, it's more of an ...
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i was born there
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I was born they.
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Angola was not what I expected. It's a beautiful country and appears to be developing rapidly. Unfortunately, obtaining a tourist visa seems nigh on impossible. We were only able to get a 5 day transit visa- barely enough time to cross the country let alone sightsee. I'd love to go back someday once the borders open up a bit more. ...