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Paradise is real

6 DECEMBER 2014, UNCATEGORIZED

Lake Malawi stretches close to 700km across and in some places is 700m deep. There are also over 500 different species of fish in Lake …


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Savouring history in a time of growth

6 DECEMBER 2014, UNCATEGORIZED

Every Saturday we thank the DHL customers with a day function where we teach kids how to play rugby, who otherwise would never have an …


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Everyday they're hustling

5 DECEMBER 2014, UNCATEGORIZED

Waking up and witnessing the locals of Lake Malawi going about their morning is a sight to see. Everyone has their own role in this …


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Fishing on Lake Malawi

4 DECEMBER 2014, UNCATEGORIZED

LAKE MALAWI! Definitely one of Africa’s most underrated gems!

It’s so vast that you feel as though you’re looking at the ocean and the horizon seems …


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Ethiopian culture at its best

4 DECEMBER 2014, UNCATEGORIZED

The beautiful streets of Addis Ababa are filled with Lada taxis, the distinctive blue transportation system that adds a sense of character to every street.

For …


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Life on Two Wheels

3 DECEMBER 2014, UNCATEGORIZED

The journey between towns is long and the eye tends to wander and notice trends and familiarities such as the way people dress and those …


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44

All that Jazz

3 DECEMBER 2014, UNCATEGORIZED

Today we stayed at the Itegue Taitu Hotel in the centre of the city – the oldest hotel in Addis Ababa, built in 1898. It …


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43

Origins of coffee

2 DECEMBER 2014, UNCATEGORIZED

As the story goes, Ethiopia’s capital city Addis Ababa got its name from Empress Teitu Betul, wife of the king of kings, Menelik the second. …


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Music in Harare

1 DECEMBER 2014, UNCATEGORIZED

Another country, another rugby clinic…but not quite…today we are traveling to the location in presidential style. A motorcade will meet us at the DHL office …


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Djibouti shines

1 DECEMBER 2014, UNCATEGORIZED

Much of the Djibouti coast is man-made through the process of reclamation – where rocks, clay and sand are piled onto the existing coastline until …