Mal d'Afrique

MAL D'AFRIQUE

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We didn't learn anything from them

06-10-2019 di Fabrizio Ancona

TAGS: Fabrizio Anconacapire Africa

There are at least two ways to do the travel agent work: one is to, serious and professional mind you, to indicate to the second of the demands of a holiday destination, showing brochures and searching facilities, special offers, value...

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My mal d'Afrique is dedicated to those who have never been in Africa.

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In Watamu there are those who know her as "Mama Zawadi" and who as the Lady of the Woods of the Sea.
Here they are called "driftwood", carried logs, honed and sculpted by the current of the Indian Ocean.
 

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Tomorrow evening at 20.30 at the Marina Restaurant in Watamu, the traveler, documentary filmmaker and writer Marco Novati presents his travelogue in Eastern Africa entitled "Africa Maisha Marefu" (long life to Africa), supported by the artist Bice Ferraresi, who he...

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The success of Watamu in this season (first coastal destination for influx of tourists, the best "leisure" destination in Kenya, second only to Zanzibar in all Sub-Saharan Africa) is due not only to those who...

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"Bringing your personal relationship into a professional life together is not easy, but in a place of charm like Watamu everything becomes easier."
This is the common thought of Federico and Viola, comrades in life and souls of "Kobe Suite Resort".READ ALL THE STORY

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The Kiswahili language, originally from the coast of the same name that goes from the north of Mozambique to the Horn of Africa and later adopted also by the rest of East Africa, particularly by...

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We have selected ten sentences that express a feeling dedicated to Africa, understood more as a spiritual and moral, historical and social entity than as a geographical reality. The selected words are all taken from published...

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Karen Dinesen Blixen lived in Kenya from 1914 to 1931.
She came there from the icy Denmark with her husband, baron Von Blixen, to buy a plot on the hills Ngong, near Nairobi, and build then a farm. 
Rather being...

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