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Transcript of Africa
Summer: November - March
Autumn: April - May
Winter: June - August Just think..
While it is snowing outside, and we are opening Christmas presents, it's about 80 degrees in Africa. BREAKFAST
white bread, bananas,
papayas, pineapples, and passion fruits. LUNCH: the biggest meal
mutoki (cooked or fried banana),
a piece of beef or chicken. DINNER: the same meal as lunch, but typically a lot lighter.
mutoki (cooked or fried banana),
a piece of beef or chicken. An average income for a average Joe worker is 500 US dollars a year. Want to travel to Africa?
Through mission work, your trip can cost about 2,000 dollars. But, if you want to just visit, the average cost for a plane ride is about 3,000 dollars. The Victoria Falls is a waterfall located in southern Africa on the Zambezi River between the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe. The height of the waterfall is 335 feet and the elevation is 2,904 feet. The Pyramid of Giza is the last surviving member of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the world's oldest tourist attractions, built more than 5000 years ago. Djenne, founded in 800 AD, is one of sub-Saharan Africa's oldest cities. Situated on an island in the Niger River delta, Djenne was a natural hub for traders who shuttled their goods between the Sahara desert and the forests of Guinea. Combining white-water rafting with an unparalleled cultural adventure is my idea of a perfect holiday. The Omo River Region of Southwestern Ethiopia, is a fascinating destination. The remote location, which is barely accessible by 4 wheel-drive, has meant that traditional customs and beliefs are very much intact for the more than 50 tribes who live there. In Mara during the dry season from July to October the wildlife spectacle is unparalleled. Nowhere else can you watch the annual migration of over a million wildbeast from a hot-air balloon. Cape Town is a highlight of any trip to Southern Africa. The natural beauty of Cape Town makes it one of the most attractive cities in the world. Cape Town boasts beautiful beaches as well as the impressive Table Mountain right in the heart of the city. Situated at the foot of the Atlas mountains in Morocco, the imperial city of Marrakech is large, noisy, polluted and fascinating. If you enjoy a daily assault on all your senses then you'll have a lot of fun. Vigunga Range: With only about 700 mountain gorillas left in the world, seeing them in the wild is something only a few people will ever have the chance to experience. About 300 mountain gorillas inhabit an extinct volcanic region called the Virunga Range along the borders of Rwanda, Uganda and the DRC in East Africa. The time you are allowed to spend observing the gorillas is limited, but I can guarantee the hour spent sitting and watching these incredible animals will be one of the best you've ever had.
Africa is known as one of the best destinations for adventure travel and what can be more adventurous than hiking up the world's tallest free standing mountain. Africa's highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania stands at 19,340 feet (5896m) and will take you 6 days to conquer. http://www.africanfoods.co.uk/african-food.html www.overlandingafrica.com/weather/ www.timeanddate.com Africa is on Central African Time, CAF Africa is 6 hours ahead of Oneida, Tennessee. http://goafrica.about.com/od/kenya/tp/topicks.htm