Category Archive: Africa

Casablanca, First Leg Got Me To Morocco

I was always curious about Morocco for some reasons that I couldn’t describe by words. I didn’t even know exactly what it was. Maybe I was curious about the landscape of Mount Atlas.… Continue reading

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Jinja, Where Nile River Starts to Flow

Once upon time, one of my Ugandan colleagues told me, “People always connect Nile River to civilization histories in Egypt. But did you know that apparently the source of Nile starts from my… Continue reading

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Meet The People of Zaire

Living in Kinshasa didn’t provide me many opportunities to explore the beauty of the country. Beside the unstable political situations, many places couldn’t be accessed by public transport requiring visitors to rent a car… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: The Streets of Kinshasa

I realized that during my three years living in Kinshasa, I didn’t take so many pictures, especially for the street life. Kinshasa is surely not the best place for photographers to freeze any… Continue reading

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One Day in Kigali, And I Had My Heart Broken

Finally I had my first inter nation road trip in Africa. Yes, I made it. After almost two years living in Bukavu, where the border of Rwanda is just few kilometers only from… Continue reading

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Things to do, When You ‘Get Lost’ in Zanzibar

Who would mind to get lost in Zanzibar? Not me and you neither. Well, I could say that visiting Zanzibar was one of most memorable trips I ever had. Even though I come… Continue reading

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Karibu….. Welcome to Zanzibar!!

Finally, I could take a deep breath after struggling for almost three hours at Djomo Kenyatta Airport. I had no idea, why the airport was so mess up in that morning. I arrived… Continue reading

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Visiting Maasai Village, How the Nomads Live

Visiting Maasai Village was one of the programs of our Safari Tour in Maasai Mara. At our second day, after having lunch at the edge of Mara River, Tom, our guide and driver… Continue reading

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Maasai Mara, My First African Wild Life Experience

Knowing that I had lived in Africa for a while, not once friends and relatives asked me the same questions. “So, you’re living in Africa, huh? Do you live in the jungle?” “Yes.… Continue reading

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Entebbe, The First Leg Got Me to Uganda

Here I am. Sitting at my friend’s house in Entebbe, waiting for the result of election in Uganda. OK, I nor my friend have nothing to do with the election. However, I could… Continue reading

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Bukavu, Once Upon a Time

I was dancing in the rain, following the rhythm of African music and sing along with the singer once a while. “Sawa sawa sawa ne,” my colleague was singing next to me, precisely… Continue reading

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Weekend Gateway to Bombolumene

I must thank to Pablo (one of the coolest friends that I met in Kin) for taking me to Bombolumene Hunting Reserve for the most valuable weekend gateway. After keep cancelling any trips… Continue reading

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Memphis and Suez in One Day

Memphis cannot be separated from history of Egypt. This city became the capital and government center in era of Ancient Egypt. It would not be completed, if I had visited Cairo and Alexandria… Continue reading

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What I Could See in Old Town of Cairo

Wandering around the old town of Cairo was really something. When you see Cairo in rush hours, with frustrated traffic jam, entering the old town is like jumping to the other world. Everything… Continue reading

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One Day in Alexandria

Rius and I agreed to drive to Alexandria on my third days in Egypt. Alexandria had got my curiosity and was on the list of ‘places I must visit when I am in… Continue reading

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5 Pyramids to Visit When I was in Egypt

Visiting Egypt means visiting Pyramids. Your trips will not be completed if you don’t spare your time to visit one of 7 wonders in the world. During 7 days of vacation in Egypt,… Continue reading

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Things I did at My First Day in Cairo

Due to living in war zone area, I got privilege from organization where I work for to have Rest and Recuperation (RnR) every eight working weeks. After two months, separated from other part… Continue reading

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Kinshasa at A Glance

I could never imagine to step my feet in Africa. No offense, in my thoughts, Africa was far-away place, and sometimes I even thought that it’s located out of our Milky way galaxy.… Continue reading

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