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22 Mar 2020
Caymans Island is most popular for its financial service; over 100,000 companies are registered there, more than the population itself. Away from the banks, and tax talks, the island is a paradise for divers and lovers of beautiful beaches. The Caymans is a group of islands and the overseas territory of the United Kingdom in…
16 Feb 2020
https://youtu.be/T8h_V4cHryY Valentine’s Day may have come and gone but the romance does not end with a single day. If you are looking for romantic getaway ideas to spice things in your relationship, The Guardian Life has you covered with these cool and romantic spots! The best part is that these destinations are all within Africa so…
26 Jan 2020
Bordered by Ghana to the west, Benin to the east and Burkina Faso to the north, Togo boasts of several tourist attractions and I should mention that it is also the birthplace of popular footballer Emmanuel Adebayo. Lome, the capital of Togo located in the Gulf of Guinea, it is not quite a large city, but…
19 Jan 2020
Although most Nigerians end their UK vacations in major cities like London, Glasgow, and Manchester, a visit to England is never complete without seeing the fascinating and historic city of Oxford. My first encounter with the word ‘oxford’ was my little pocket dictionary in secondary school–The Oxford dictionary. So when I visited England, it made…
14 Jan 2020
All T’s crossed and I’s dotted, Akon now officially owns a city in Senegal. Known as "Akon City," the rapper and entrepreneur tweeted Monday that he has finalised the agreement for the new city. "Looking forward to hosting you there in the future," he tweeted. The Senegalese descent who moved to Union City, New Jersey,…
1 Dec 2019
Away from the hustle and bustle of crowded Lagos is the Epe creek. Epe is synonymous with fish. A sculpture of a giant fish, erected at Lekki-Epe T-Junction welcomes you to Epe- the fish basket of Lagos State. True to this description, something is always fishy in Epe. Quite a number of the tropical island…
17 Nov 2019
The holiday season is just around the corner and we can’t wait to explore the world around and beyond us. For this special issue, we have compiled three-holiday destinations with peculiar interests.  Greece For The Beaches  Greece is famous for a lot of things - the birthplace of Democracy, the land of ancient gods that…
21 Oct 2019
Imagine yourself strapped to a huge glider and daringly running down the cliff of a hill or mountain? Scary right? Paragliding gradually became a sport in the late ’80s. In paragliding, the pilot takes off from an elevated position, usually top of a hill or mountain, then uses wind forces to help him maintain flight,…
5 Oct 2019
Few things can ruin a trip more than a bad lodging experience. Luckily, with a little planning, you can ensure that your choice of hotel is the best one for you—and that you remain happy throughout your stay. These tips, as easy as is, are just what you need to try put when next you…
1 Oct 2019
Travelling with a toddler ( 12months to 36months old) on a plane is often the trickiest stage, definitely harder than traveling with an infant in some cases. It might be a lot easier travelling with a baby compared to the aforementioned case because they are usually less mobile, smaller and can usually fit in an…
28 Sep 2019
Morocco is a country located in North Africa that has a coastline on both the North Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. It has borders with Algeria to the east and the Spanish North African territories in the north Morocco's attractions offer an eye-opening taste of the exotic, with snake charmers and conjurers, souks piled…
25 Sep 2019
Kenya, popular for its classic savanna safaris is a country of dramatic extremes and classic contrasts. These contrasts are vivid in the deserts and alpine snows, forests and open plains, the metropolis of Nairobi and colourful tribal cultures as well as the freshwater lakes and coral reefs. The diversity of things to do dazzles all…

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