I have no idea what stopped me from translating this post straight away but I’m catching up now.
I went to Morocco in July 2013 with the intention of visiting a friend from high school, who lives with her husband Nabil and son Kamil in Casablanca. Life, however, wrote a different scenario (of which Ania reminds me until today 😛) and I spent only three days in Casa. I visited Morocco during Ramadan Continue reading
Categories: RTW trip
Tags: Africa, Ben Youssuf museum, Islamic architecture, Jemaa el-Fnaa, Koutoubia mosque, Madresa Ben Youssuf, market in Marrakesh, Marrakesh, Moorish architecture, Morocco, Poles in Africa, Poles in Morocco
The basis of the economy is agriculture but tourism revenues are an important source of income for the people and Government of Tanzania. Kenya is a role model when it comes to tourism. The infrastructure there is more developed almost everyone speaks English and Kenyans are proud to say that they are way ahead of Tanzania. And although the United Republic of Tanzania (the creation of Tanzania was the merger of the British colonies of Tanganika and Zanzibar, hence the name) is younger than Kenya only by one year (if anyone’s interested in the process of creating independent states in Africa, please refer to Ryszard Kapuscinski – it’s worth it!) Difference in progress between two countries is easily noticable.