Blogs from expats in Africa
Would you like to work, live, move to Africa? Or just to find out how is life in Africa? We've got much more than travel brochures: read blogs written by expats living in Africa!
Handful of information about amazing and mesmerizing, yet full of contraditions, country of Morocco
In 2013, a young woman left corporate America to realize her dream of living and working in Ghana. A year later her dream was cut short by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa leaving her unemployed and free at last. This is her blog.
need to be in bata as own 75% of taxi business + have to see local solicitor to sort paperwork. offering 25% of taxi +
business for anyone who can get me to bata. i guarantee money back with interest - whatever happens.
will provide passport details with photo and meet at bata airport to ensure not fraudster. i work as carer in
england and have limited funds which is reason for offer.
cost of flight, accomodation,etc probably 3000 euros and value of 9 seater mini bus must be 50,000 euros so good deal if anyone interested
Travel, Grow, Reflect, Repeat!
Traveltoeastafrica.com is East Africa's comprehensive online travel resource center featuring safaris, hotels, tour operators, tourist attractions and activities.
Uganda in pictures through the lens of a mzungu
The story about 2 dudes taking a year off and settling down in the Marrakech medina. The blog will act as our travel journal and also include reflections on Morocco, Marrakech, travel, fashion, design and life
My name is Floweezy! Documenting my experiences in Nairobi; my Life as a stay at home mum & a trailing spouse and any interesting thing that catches my attention!
Observations and a lot of pictures from my new life in Mauritius
We are your typical next-door-married-Singaporean-couple currently living in Marrakech, Morocco, with the interest in writing about beauty, fashion, lifestyle and travel.
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