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Charles Showers is one of the authorities when it comes to Birding In Sierra Leone. Always drawn to adventure, Showers says he started birding in class five, when he lived in the Provinces. After completing his secondary schooling at the Prince of Wales, he went on to study Wildlife Management and Tourism in Tanzania and...
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The rainy season is here and let's face it, we all just want to stay in bed. This wet season in Freetown, July to September, is believed to be the most bland period of the year but here are some activities to consider during this period.
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Bonthe is like a sun-bleached photo taken of an exotic island town, where you can see things once were bright and new, but now all that’s left is a vague image of what used to be. And there’s a melancholic beauty to that.
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In a way, Sherbro Island has had the same treatment as the rest of Sierra Leone. Its overlooked; many people are not aware of its existence, let alone its tourist potential. Visitors have been few, but those who do visit return home with diamonds in their eyes.
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I rarely experience bliss. Bliss is, per definition, a state of mind reserved for only the most exquisite of experiences, and a subjective one at that. One person might experience it whilst eating a hearty meal, others by listening to a song. For me, bliss is evoked by a combination of calming sensory experiences, tranquility, and a...
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Yoga is gaining popularity world-wide. Studios are popping up like mushrooms and a growing online community of yogi share their experiences through platforms such as YouTube. In Sierra Leone, yoga is becoming more known to the public as well. There is a growing number of teachers and practitioners, offering a variety of classes on dreamy...
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There is something odd about the leone. At first, you might be impressed by the sheer volume of the currency. A 50 dollar note buys you a packet of bills that barely fit a wallet. This is going to be so cheap.
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The rains have disappeared, the invitations sent out, and the Bottom Mango roundabout has been decorated with a Christmas tree installation wishing us happy holidays. It can only mean one thing: December has come.
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