The allure of Zanzibar, its multicultural, decaying opulence harking back to an affluent past, is derived from its history of thriving commerce in the Indian ocean. It is sobering to consider, however, that the affluence was fuelled as much by trade in ivory and slaves as in benign commodities like spices and silk. As is the […]Read More
All about the famed doors of Zanzibar: striking reminders of Stone Town’s affluent past and a cultural heritage worth exploring.Read More
Stone Town, Zanzibar, is most fascinating. Find out why in this detailed travel guide with the very best things to do In Stone Town.Read More
A dreamy lunch at the iconic Rock restaurant located on a rock in the Indian ocean!Read More
Postcards From Africa!
Yes that is Rwanda. Yes, Rwanda is safe.
No, they do NOT walk around hacking each other to pieces with machetes.
And the epicentre of the Ebola epidemic is closer to Spain than most of East and South Africa.