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Can gambians travel to Georgia without a georgian visa?
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For many africans, travelling to Georgia means asking for a georgian visa. But let’s be specific: do gambians need a visa? Well, let’s start by telling you a bit about Georgia. Georgia is a country of Western Asia or Eastern Europe that shares a border with Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkey. They speak georgian and […]

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Airlines to travel with
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Sometimes, people wonder what airline would be better for their trip, and that is why i am here to explain through my experience, what airlines to travel with. I just flew from Spain to Sierra Leone using Brussels Airlines and i have something to say: HELL YEAH. They are good. Maybe my standards are waaaay […]

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Things you learn when you travel solo
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During my stay in Salone, i remembered how beautiful travelling solo was. I have travelled alone most of my trips and i think it is one of the best decisions i ever made. The experiences i had were positive and negative but i have to say that most of them are positive. Even though sometimes […]

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Online Travel Agencies to avoid
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I think this topic does not get as much attention as it should. That’s why i am here to warn everyone before you suffer the consequences. This is a post about what online travel agencies you should avoid using. So what OTA’s should people avoid? Basically, most of them. One thing i would like to […]

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TS: Segun, a yoruba in Benin
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Segun shares, once again, another of his african trips with ideygo. This time, he’s in Benin. On the 27th day of December 2016 I embarked on an expedition of Western Africa. Why? Maybe because am a nigerian, I have friends there, I can communicate in French (intermediate) and English or it is safe. Above all, […]

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TS: A beninese in Nigeria
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Belinda, a beninese citizen, shared her travel experience in Nigeria with us. My name is Belinda AGBOÏGBA. I am a beninese and went to Nigeria in 2015 through an exchange programme. I must confess that I was a bit afraid when I had to go to Nigeria because of three things I often heard about: […]

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TS en français: Une beninoise au Nigéria
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Aujourd’hui, Belinda Agboïgba partage son voyage au Nigéria avec ideygo. Merci beaucoup, Belinda. Bonjour. Je réponds au nom de Bélinda AGBOÏGBA. Je suis de nationalité Béninoise et j’ai eu l’opportunité de me rendre au Nigéria en 2015 grâce à un programme d’échanges culturels. J’avoue qu’une peur s’était emparée de moi quand j’ai décidé d’effectuer ce […]

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TS: A nigerian in Togo

Segun decided to share his trip throughout West Africa with ideygo. This story is about Togo. I visited Lomé the capital of Togo en-route Ivory coast. I crossed the Benin-Togo border at about 2pm, 28th December 2016. The Frontier customs and Immigration officers were friendly, with your vaccination card and international passport, you only need […]

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TS: Mercy’s local trip in Nigeria

This next travel story is from a fellow nigerian called Mercy. Mercy has to travel to another nigerian state for her NYSC and she shares her experience with us. I had just graduated from the Nigerian Law School and the next step was to enroll for the National Youth Service Corps (National service). To be […]

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