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Unravelling Tanzania

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After hearing the idea of cultural villages, and after visiting a couple-I was on the lookout for these when I arrived in Tanzania. Not having made friends with many Tanzanian’s in my life, I knew very little about Tanzanian culture.

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Unprepared for Tanzania

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Bag packed, passport in hand and patiently waiting my 2am flight to Tanzania from Bangkok Airport. This long awaited visit to the beautiful East African destination evoked a cocktail of emotions in me.

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Fun and Frolicking in Victoria Falls

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Nature lovers and adrenalin junkies alike flock the Victoria Falls every year to explore the town and its many offerings. On this occasion, we definitely fell into both camps.

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Slumbering and Partying-Victoria Falls

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When I first started looking at travelling to Victoria Falls I almost scratched it off the itinerary. A simple search for accommodation exposed a range of options that were waaay outside my budget. In discussions with a family member who has travelled extensively in the area, I was pleasantly surprised to hear that the town also offered a variety of backpacker or budget friendly accommodation which was not marketed well online.

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In the Wild-Zimbabwean Edition

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Believe it or not, there are people who grew up on the motherland but have never set eyes on a wild animal. In Africa, they have urban and rural areas. Contrary to common belief, in urban areas there are generally no monkeys hanging on the ledges of buildings, elephants at every water fountain in the local parks or domesticated lions running around in people’s gardens for security purposes.

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