Zanzibar, the shortest war in history

  The real, unique "blitzkrieg" in history? No, not the one in Israel which lasted 6 days. There is an even shorter one: the 44-minute war of Zanzibar. Also known as the "British-Zanzibaran war", this battle started and ended on August 27th, 1896. It was the time of the Sultanate of Zanzibar which had become [...]
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Enjoy Eco-Cultural Tourism in Africa

  What is your idea of a trip to Africa? If you are thinking of safari, wild animals, stunning landscapes, well you are right but that is not all. Modern days need something different, something special. Because we must put our planet on the first place, and then adapt our lives to it, if we [...]
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Sex tourism in East Africa, expectations and reality

Sex tourism? You may think it is strange but ... it is not just a "men's business". More and more women, especially unsuspected over-50 ladies, book their trip to Africa looking only for "sex and fun" with some nice, young locals. Probably the myth of the "black macho man", or the dream of living a [...]
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Africa, the Covid 19 situation in summer 2021

  Africa has been facing the Covid 19 pandemics much better than any other continent in the world. It sounds weird, but the "Black Continent" had very few damages and victims since the world pandemics started. It is not true that we do not have serious reports, or that the African nations are hiding their [...]
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Covid and tourism, where to travel in Africa

  Europe, America and part of Asia are opening again. Covid seems to have slowed down, or stopped too, thanks to vaccinations. Tourism is allowed again, though Europeans cannot go everywhere. They must stay within specific areas, until the world will be all safe. But what about Africa? The continent is fighting a hard battle [...]
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