Marrakesh, Morocco
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Marrakesh, Morocco
Jul 04, 2019
Marrakech, also Murrakus in Berber.  It is one of the top travel destinations in North West Africa. Suq of Medina A street market place where you can buy all sorts of products, from leather bags, spices, silver, home products, to more modern items and food. Each street was named after the commodity that was sold there historically.  Getting lost there is a magical experience. El Badi Palace Belonging to the Sadian Dynasty, it consists of 350 rooms, with swimming pools and gardens. It is now a museum. The rooftop offers an amazing view of the city of Marrakech and the palace…
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Four mountains and two oceans
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Four mountains and two oceans
Dec 12, 2016
Cape Town is a destination for the explorer that appreciates the rarer elements of life. Cape town is nestled in an naturally forming “bowl” which is formed by the four prominent mountains at the end of the Cape of Good Hope; Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, Signal Hill, and Devil’s Peak. These mountains have given Cape Town a very unique gift; extreme biodiversity. As well as fascinating flora and faunae to see Cape Town also has four varied and beautiful beaches; Clifton Beach, Camps Bay, Llandudno, and Boulders Beach. Cape Town started it’s life as a small way…
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Cape Town, capturing hearts
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Cape Town, capturing hearts
Jun 24, 2014
One of the most iconic cities in the world, Cape Town is the southernmost city in the continent and capital of South Africa, covering a large area on the south west corner of the country and having a population of nearly 4 million inhabitants. Also known as "The Mother City", Cape Town is placed in an area that allows many different activities, being the seas the most important for those. It's a major destination to immigrants and expatriates, what makes it one of the most multicultural cities in the world. It's the second major hub in South Africa, an important center for the industry on…
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Cape Town,  proudly multicultural city
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Cape Town, proudly multicultural city
Apr 30, 2014
One of the most iconic cities in the world, Cape Town is the southernmost city in the continent and capital of South Africa, covering a large area on the south west corner of the country and having a population of nearly 4 million inhabitants. Also known as "The Mother City", Cape Town is placed in an area that allows many different activities, being the seas the most important for those. It's a major destination to immigrants and expatriates, what makes it one of the most multicultural cities in the world. It's the second major hub in South Africa, an important centre for the industry on…
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Royal city Rabat
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Royal city Rabat
May 16, 2012
Are you looking for something different this year? Planning May holidays but have no idea where to go? Well, Morocco would be perfect solution, while in Rabat city there is held huge, successful and totally free Festival Mawazine, it's a celebration n of world music, its diversity and rhythms. From the 18th until 26th of May you will be able to enjoy more than 1500 concerts , street performances and many different art exhibitions, which attract millions of visitors from all across Rabat and also world. It would be also a great opportunity to see Morocco's Royal city Rabat, even not being…
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The Cape Town Minstrel Carnival
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The Cape Town Minstrel Carnival
Oct 27, 2010
The Cape Minstrel Carnival otherwise known by the locals as “Kaapse Klopse” it is the largest and most colorful carnival, held annually on the 2nd of January; it celebrates the New Year with amazing dances, competitions and extravagant parades. Kicking off in District 6 (one of the most historically relevant areas in all of South Africa), this Tweede Nuwe Jaar (2nd New Year) attracts thousands of brightly costumed banjo-strumming minstrels, over 169 various locals groups participate bringing instruments, bright umbrellas, dancing and singing. Historically there is a belief…
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Cape Town the tip of South Africa
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Cape Town the tip of South Africa
Aug 19, 2010
Cape Town, located at the tip of South Africa is the seaport to many other things than the two oceans; Cape Town has a wide variety of culture and sights in which to indulge. Cape Town’s natural attractions of sunny weathers, white sand, and mountainous backdrops presiding over their beaches make it perfect for a beach getaway, but there is more to Cape Town than its pristine beaches. Imagine looking over the ocean from a cliff and seeing the sea foam gather along the rocks below. At Cape Town’s Nature Reserve you find this sight and more. Around the area are paths for light…
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Rustenburg - Host of FIFA World Cup 2010
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Rustenburg - Host of FIFA World Cup 2010
May 09, 2010
Rustenburg, a Town of Rest in Dutch, lies at the foot of the Magaliesberg Mountains, just over an hour's drive to the northwest of Johannesburg. Two of the world’s largest platinum mines lie just outside Rustenburg, earning it the nickname ‘Platinum City’, which is hardly a fair description of the city that started out as little more than a church and farming community centre, named as a ‘place of rest’ that still manages to retain its small town atmosphere. Rich in Iron- and Stone-Age sites, Rustenburg also has an interesting historical and cultural legacy…
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Polokwane - Host of FIFA World Cup 2010
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Polokwane - Host of FIFA World Cup 2010
Apr 27, 2010
Polokwane, meaning "Place of Safety" is one of the hotspots of the summer season 2010. Founded in the gold rush days of the 1880s, it has witnessed Stone Age nomads, Iron Age settlements, European migrations, wars and political upheaval. Rich in history and natural attractions. For the tourist in today’s peaceful times, it promises an abundance of fascinating sites. Polokwane is known as a city that provides access to various nature and wildlife viewing opportunities for ecotourists. The city will be the host of FIFA World 2010 as well. Discover the best football event and the fabulous…
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Sousse, Tunisia
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Sousse, Tunisia
Dec 02, 2005
Arriving in Sousse was my first meeting with arab culture. Maybe not the most authentic, as this part of Tunisia is fairly westernized and full of tourists. So was also the case of Sousse, but luckily it rained like crazy at the moment of my arrival, and all the hustlers was busying hustling the tourists that was trying to find shelter, while I was able to stand peacefully and wet, watching from a distance. Some of those tourists really needed to study the art of haggling from Monty Python's Life of Brian. Since it was late I decided to go to my hostel and die for the night. The first part…
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