rwanda

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Magic happens where comfort zone ends

  To Susan Knapp and all the great people who were meant to boost my life experience   An Irish friend of mine keeps asking me every time he talks to me how did I manage to visit so many countries. Same reaction when he read my travel blog for first time. His conclusion:”Oh, Tanya, you
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Disappointing Akagera National Park, Rwanda

  It takes six hours by car to cross Akagera National Park, Rwanda. My first wild animal safari in Africa. As you can guess, I was totally excited. Sure, I have already seen all those animals at the zoo, but it’s a different thrill to observe them in the nature, freely running and following their
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My crazy weird travel collections

I am a passionate collector. But definitely not a regular one. My weird collections have been generated through lots of trips, step by step. It took me years and travels to fill it up. Proud to announce now, I own some really strange exhibits, which cannot be exposed though. Most of my achievements have been cumulated
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Dancing Rwanda. Speechless in the heart of Africa

Everyone can dance in Rwanda. This conclusion I have simply made after spending two weeks in this small East African country. The local dances blew my mind away by the hypnotising rhythm of the traditional drums, called ingoma. It’s the crucial ground of the Rwandan music and most of the movements are accompanied by that
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10 curious facts about Rwanda I found by myself

All began with my first Kigali walk. Stop!!! You don’t know where Kigali is? It’s the capital of the small central African country, called Rwanda. Plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables, beans, sweet potatoes everywhere. A lot of passion fruits. I got surprised by the roads – most of them in very good condition. It’s very
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