THE MOST BEAUTIFUL YET UNEXPLORED PLACES LIE IN AFRICA, AND ARE BEING UNVEILED ONE PHOTO AND BLOG POST AT A TIME BY THESE TRAVEL BLOGGERS
I cannot be the only one who wants to make enough money and be able to travel and explore countries, especially African countries at the gust of a thought. It is with this thought I decided to show you bloggers who are currently living our dream, so we can work harder and you know faster too!
Taking time in. A few old university friends and I touched base recently and told me, "You're doing what you said you wanted to do." Now, I don't recall having much clarity on life during my university days but I was pretty steadfast in wanting to travel. Had no plan/idea on how to but I kept that goal in mind. 5 years ago, I said I'll never work a regular 9-5 again and would clock in 20 hour weekends just to beat that and have free days during the week lol. About 3 years ago, I told myself that I needed to travel to a new country at least once year, which I did and now I've found myself in 5 countries since January. Then I told myself I needed to live long-term in at least two different countries before I'm 30 (one down). It does take action to move with life, but no, it doesn't have to be meticulously planned out all the time so don't worry, you're the only one who doesn't have everything mapped out. The urge to be on the move is so ingrained that it's almost second nature to navigate and find opportunities towards just that. Does that make sense? There's no plan B to not finding accomplishments for the goals I set myself. #noforreal #ilegitdonthaveaplan #abudhabi #uae #travelnoire
Whether you're arriving from neighboring Mauritania or via the four hour drive from Dakar, Saint Louis is a city that will surely charm you. I first became curious about visiting after seeing photos on Instagram (of course); its vibrant colors and beach town allure were hard not to be impressed with. But after digging a little deeper, I discovered N'dar (as it is locally known in Wolof), had far more to offer than just beautiful aesthetics. Rich in history and culture, the city carries strong remnants of past colonial times and once served as the French colonial capital of West Africa and city capital of Senegal. And while it is now cloaked in a slightly dilapidated grandeur -its narrow, provincial streets, brightly colored colonial-era buildings, and elaborately dressed people were enough to leave me utterly fascinated. Full wander guide now on #spiritedpursuit.com
#MOODALLWEEK 🌺 〰 One of the most important languages to practice is the language of gratitude. I'm grateful for y'all mannnn. I'm grateful for this platform. For the magical places it's let me engross and explore. For the incredible people it's let me connect with, build with, laugh with. I'm with my woe @asiyami_gold in the middle of lushes-ass Ubud drinking white wine singing mask off #FTC 😂. Forever thankful. #BALI #RUSHHOURIV
@Regrann from @socialprefect - Exploring Badagry with the Ntias. The kids were happy to discover a totally different part of Lagos. It's so important to educate your kids from a young age about their country and history and that's why tourism is so important. #SocialPrefecttours #Privatetour #Lagos #HistoricalLagos #Slaveshistory #Badagry #Tourism #Nigeria #Touroperator #BookUs #History #Africa #Visiterlafrique #Travelnoire #TravelAfricastory #Shotonsamsung #SamsungS8NG #DoWhatYouCantNG #UnboxYourPhoneNG - #regrann
Throwback Tuesday [the first Waka Tour] to when God turned what the devil felt he was going to do, to good, for my good. I am forever grateful to God, He came through on this day just like every other day and all I can say whenever I remember is, thank you my beautiful King, how can I thank you enough. But thank you, thank you. Thanks be unto God, for everything, no matter how little or big. _____ What was I talking about? @shaunredding but on the other hand we are standing by the 92 year old CBAAC building. According to my recent findings of which this is by the state government - It was constructed with unprocessed concrete of 100 inches thickness, so thick that it cannot be perforated by any instrument [now I am satisfied because I've been curious about how thick the walls are, damn]. It served as the administrative office of the first Governor-General of Nigeria during the colonial period. Ps: Folks please visit the link in bio to fill a survey concerning historical buildings by @legacy1995ng God bless you all 🙏🏾 Thanks Fifs for this beautiful shot with our beautiful yellow of Lagos in it. I utterly love this photo and will cherish it forever. 📸 @fifibaxx #LagosLiving #inlivingcolour #forcolonialstructures #colonialfootprints #victorianlagos
#BreadAndButter16 day 1 has been a blast! 💃🏾 Thanks for the giggles, the massive fros and wicked dance moves at the @puma show (soo wanted to jump on stage! #BabyH was twerking the whole time, he knows!!) - roll on day 2, Berlin I love you too much already! ❤️ Outfit details: all shopped on @zalando - dress is #firstandI and only costs £19 (not maternity hehe) and the rucksack is £25 💪🏾 I got you don't I?! 😎 📷: @dressingleeloo #dressthebump #pregnancyfashion #pregnancystyle #27weeks #babybump