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The 5 Top Reasons to Visit Sudan

Sudan, which is officially known as the Republic of the Sudan, is situated in Northeast Africa with Egypt to the North and the Red Sea to the east. It’s currently Africa’s third-largest country but is often overlooked as a dream destination. It may not be on many people’s bucket list but Sudan deserves more attention for both its beauty and history. Due to its location in the Nile Valley of North Africa, it’s not surprising the country is so alluring. If you’re ... Read more

Everything You Need to Know About Volunteering with Animals Abroad

For many animal lovers, the dream of a close encounter with their favourite animal is never far from their thoughts and for others the draw to make a difference in some way is close to their hearts. Whilst a visit to a zoo or helping out at your local rescue centre may be more accesible in the short term, the attraction to work with animals abroad remains an incomparable aspiration. Nowadays, this is a dream that is more attainable than many might ... Read more

Africa Offers New Dawn for Expat Pay

According to a new study, Africa represents an exciting new opportunity for expats, with expat salaries here among the highest in the world. The new Expat Insider study, published recently by expat information site InterNations, paints a startling picture of expat life in Africa, far removed from the clichés that many people hold dear about the continent. Whilst many African countries are still painfully poor, the rapidly growing economies being experienced by much of Africa is beckoning in a new dawn for hard ... Read more
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