Ethiopia Travel Guides for Backpackers

Seoul: War Sites to Visit

Where can we find the remnants of war in societies that have been subjugated by cultural phenomena such as Korean pop? Seoul is one of many places in South Korea where you can revisit the Korean War (1950-1953). Here are some of the iconic ones. 1-. Korean War Memorial West […]
Read Guide…

Five Unique Pittsburgh Foodie Experiences

To many, Pittsburgh biggest culinary claim to fame may be its Primanti sandwich, a concoction consisting of grilled meat, melted cheese, an oil & vinegar-based coleslaw, tomato slices, and French fries between two thick slices of Italian bread. And yet that’s saying that Philadelphia’s greatest cuisine contribution is the cheesesteak […]
Read Guide…

Best ways to spend your Gaycation in Portland

Portland may not top the list when it comes to Gaycations in the United States of America, but it should be somewhere on there. PDX is a fine little city, where we love our visitors and tourists and all your fresh, beautiful faces. For those new to traveling Oregon or […]
Read Guide…

Exploring Nairobi: Masai Markets to African Cuisine

Nairobi, Kenya is one of the world’s fastest-growing cities, home to almost 3.5 million people from all over the world. The city represents a unique blend of African culture, remnants of British colonial influences, and twenty-first century multi-national industries. For world travelers coming to Africa for the first time, Nairobi […]
Read Guide…

The great city of Accra

Palm trees along the coast Fieldwork in Ghana As a social and cultural anthropology student, we were 'forced' to go abroad and do fieldwork for our Master's research. Obviously, anthropologists like to see the world and get to know cultures so no one complained. After an intense […]
Read Guide…

A Detailed Safari Guide to Kenya

Lions relaxing at Nairobi National Park     When it comes to Safari, one of the most conspicuous locations in Africa is Kenya. It is a country located in the Eastern part of Africa with immediate neighbors being Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda and Rwanda. The country leads […]
Read Guide…

Exploring Vancouver Canada

Moving from Europe to Canada Introduction When I was young, I enjoyed geography — I was always researched countries, flags, history and was able to find any country on the map almost instantly. Love for travel stayed with me since then. I had always dreamed of traveling the world, yet being from a small […]
Read Guide…

Kenya: Nairobi Animal orphanage.

Today the weather is good not like the usual chilly July mornings that we are used to here. July is our sort of ‘winter’ here in Nairobi but today things are a little bit different. It's cloudy but warm, perfect weather for an outdoor activity. My plans will eventually carry […]
Read Guide…

Melbourne's Migrant Stories: The Suburbs and Streets to See

CBD – via AP Business Centre Throughout the 20th century, Melbourne was the destination of many migrants around the world, fleeing war, poverty or otherwise keen to settle in a growing part of the world. Different communities chose to settle in different parts of Melbourne, meaning […]
Read Guide…

Amsterdam Springtime Adventures

Amsterdam Springtime Adventures For many Europeans it has become a recurring thing going on extended weekend getaways to the major cities of Europe. Price war on plane tickets and increased short haul trips from e.g. low cost airlines like Wizz Air or Norwegian makes it easy to get away a […]
Read Guide…