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Eric Wagobera Jnr

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Eric loves traveling and engaging in meaningful conversations. He feels that the world is such a stunningly beautiful place and that we are obliged to share this beauty with others through writings, photography, and videos. Eric is currently pursuing two Masters degrees, one in Communication and another in International Relations.
There's no African country that has received as much worldwide attention than the Rainbow nation - South Africa. It's one country on the black continent you'd say that it's blessed with almost everything, sometimes I feel like remarking that...
There's no doubt that moving abroad can be a demanding task especially if you have to take along your household items. I have observed many expats shipping their pans, rugs, fridges, ovens, cutlery, TV sets, home theater, tables, mattresses,...
Before the late 16th century, much of Africa was obscured to outsiders except for the very few sea voyaging merchants who only ventured a few miles from the coast, these were the Arab, Persian, Chinese and Portuguese traders. Apart from...
Africa is the world's most beautiful continent and according to a research by notable scientists, modern humans originated from Africa, therefore, making the continent the birthplace of humanity. Curious visitors who fell in love with the continent's beauty gave...
A few countries are blessed with a threefold abundance of natural life both on land, air and in the water and Kenya is amazingly no exception. In the air, Kenya is endowed with at least eleven percent of the...
Just the other week I had a lengthy chat with Mark, a long time friend who's lived in Cape Town for decades as an expat. Our talk centered on what made each other's city the best one to live...
Contemporary life is all about thinking deeply and pushing harder to achieve individual aspirations but my inspiration is from a very beautiful song - my favorite called "I have a dream" by the boy band Westlife. A few lines...
Every expat wants to have the best of good times abroad but many find themselves on the rough side of the local lifestyle due to their negligence in observing and understanding the locally acceptable public etiquette. Generally, decorum means...
Nairobi city is not only a major hub for business, politics, education, entertainment or international meetings but also at the heart of Kenya's cultural heritage. With plenty of museums, theaters, monuments, art galleries and open-air markets all within the...
One of the most noticeable challenges an expat encounters just after settling into their host country is culture shock and soon they realize that this eventually burdens their communication with the locals. For a country like Kenya where Swahili is...