Tanzania’s courtesy is second to none in East Africa. Tanzanian Swahili is pure in form, entertaining to listen to, and exceptionally informative. People take their time in everything they do, and it is considered impolite if you display even a whiff of impatience
Nairobi, save for the notorious traffic, is a fast city, whose residents have fully embraced capitalism and all its debilitating effects on the body, soul and mind. Commercially, it is busy and crowded. The residents bump into you in the streets, eat greasy fries and chicken for lunch and have beer or Coffee in the evening waiting for the traffic to ease. The women have the most dynamic fashion sense. Some sport beach wear in the streets.
Kampala in Uganda is in a class of its own. The numerous bodabodas are a landmark in the city. How they wade through the traffic is something to behold. Luganda is the standard language in the streets and their accented English is amusing. Ugandans never quite bother with Swahili. Bad for them. The oily chicken sold on the roadside may well be defined as standard cuisine for Ugandans and their million ways of preparing matooke
Kigali still reminds a first time visitor of the genocide two decades ago. But it is gradually adopting a certain robotic order, Courtesy of the firm hand of the president Paul Kagame.

PAUL KAGAME PROFILE

Rwanda’s president, Paul Kagame, was born in Gitarama prefecture in October 1957. His family fled the

anti – Tutsi pogroms in 1961 and he grew up in a refugee camp in Uganda. In October 1990 he became head of the Rwandan Patriotic Front (FPR) and in April 1994 led the offensive against Kigali which, after Capturing the capital on 4th July, helped put an end to the genocide. In April 2000 the National Assembly appointed him to replace the president, Pastor Bizimungu, who resigned. In August 2003, during Rwanda’s first free and democratic election, he was elected by universal suffrage with 95% of the ballots casts and a 93% voter turnout.

He was re- elected on 9th August 2010. President Kagame has big ambitions for Rwanda, which he runs like a company.
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Juba is the capital and largest city of South Sudan. It also serves as the capital of central Equatorial, the smallest of the ten states of south Sudan. The City is situated on the White Nile and functions as the seat and Metropolis of Juba country. Juba has a tropical wet and dry climate, and, as it lies near the equator, temperatures are hot. However, little rain falls from November to March, which is also the time of the year with the hottest temperatures, reaching 38o in February. Arabic seems to be the Language of business. Big cars are common, a pointer to under development. The most visible habit is roadside tea drinking. Every time seems to be tea time. Even in the Sweltering heat, Individuals sit in unfinished buildings, sheds and roadside eateries to sip hot tea. The tea helps one cool the body, it appears. This is an import from Khartoum. Indeed, many Southerners returned home recently from the North. The young prefer their liquor and shisha, the Ethiopian Communal tobacco – smoking thinga majig
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  1. HAPPY TRAVELS

    As the months of July, August approach, there are many reasons to travel. For some, it is summer and school is out and families travel to join other family members in various parts of the world. For others, this is the time to travel to new countries for opportunities for work or education. Whatever, travel can be a wonderful learning experience and very good for your health, if you take precaution.  Know the health situation of the place where you are going. If you are traveling outside of your country of birth, you may want to check the world health organization’s travel page to find warnings about disease outbreaks due to natural or other disasters such as earthquake floods or infestations. For example, warnings to take precaution and to get vaccinate against yellow fever may be found in certain parts of the world. Travelers may protect themselves from  mosquitoes  and other  vectors  by use of insect  repellents,  mosquito nets,  mosquito coils, aerosol sprays, protective  clothing,  use of  screens or staying in air conditioned environment when available  (www.who.int). Even if you do not travel,   remember to always be safe and guard against Malaria and other infections as you exercise and enjoy the outdoors, your health matters.

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  3. TRAVEL JOURNAL

  4. Keeping a travel journal is a good idea. You will enjoy reading it in the years to come. Use pen and paper but modern technology can make keeping travel journal easier and more fun than ever. You can add photos and share your experience with your family and friends, or even with likeminded strangers. Travel blogs are growing in popularity, both in writing and reading them. We that love to travel usually love to follow other people travelling.

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  6. TRAVEL JOURNAL TIPS

  7. Travel Itinerary:

  8. Make travel Itinerary before travelling and know the outline of where you want to go and what you want to see. If you are organizing your own trip, start buy checking how the professionals do it. Find out what Itinerary travel agents and guide books recommend and then customize it to fit your needs. Have a look at photos from the country you are planning to visit. Good photos can help you to find the places and sights that appeal must to you.

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  10. Bookings Trips:

  11. Always shop around and compare price. Never assume some company is cheaper or better because it is bigger or more widely known. Search for booking tips that work for your circumstances. Choose few companies and compare their prices and what is included in them.

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  13. Travel clothes and Travel gear:

  14. There is a good reason why special travel wear and gear is so popular. Special travel gear can make your journey so much more comfortable and enjoyable

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  16. Packing for a Trip:

  17. Divide your luggage into what you must take with you and what you would like to take. Start with packing the must items and then pack the rest if you have enough space left. Be careful not to exceed the luggage allowance, it can be costly. Airlines are getting increasingly strict about their luggage allowances so always check them prior to travelling.

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  19. Make travel budget:

  20. Making a travel budget will save you money that is if you follow it. Keep track of what you are spending while travelling and make sure you do not exceed your overall budget.

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