Tanzania – Hopes and Fears for the KYGN School

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Rate our ReviewsTanzania….As some of you who are reading this are aware, I’ve been working on a library project in Tanzania for the last two years, together with a group of girls from the London school I work at. If you want to find out more, there’s a more detailed account on my website. This […]

Fez, Morocco…Stepping back centuries

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Rate our ReviewsFez Morocco… earns its mystical, Arabian Nights reputation in no small part from its imperious and grandly historical cities. Casablanca conjures up the late-night beauty of the movie of the same name, and Marrakech enthralls its many visitors with the renowned Djemma El Fna square. But it is Fez, perhaps best known to […]

Baie du Cap, Mauritius – Goodbye home I’m going home!

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Rate our ReviewsI have never been good at saying “goodbye”. I prefer to say “see you later”. But life does not ask you what you prefer; life just rolls on as it pleases. When I was leaving Mauritius the last time I did not expect that saying “Goodbye” would turn into saying “Farewell”.

Grand Baie, Mauritius – “Finding Nemo”

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Rate our ReviewsGrand Baie Mauritius – the name has long been synonymous with a tropical paradise and one of the biggest honeymoon destinations in the world. Some years ago when you talked about Mauritius, it was then equal to the Grand Baie.

Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda – The Safari

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Rate our ReviewsUganda,,, Picture this. You’re sat in a minibus at the edge of the road. No more than three metres away from you, partly submerged by the bracken undergrowth of the African plains, lies a sleeping lion. Do you… Sit in quiet awe, with the odd whispered aside to your companions, take a few […]