Every African child deserves a healthy start in life.

JUNE 16th 2020 #ubuntusim#photostory#ThestoryofSami Giving is not just about make a donation,its about making a difference! i love u all enjoy my Article “Access to a Child-Friendly Justice System in Africa” theme for the Day of the African Child 2020!”It takes a village to Raise a child” Remember poverty is not about being without money, but being without hope! enjoy my articleMore than 80 million African children lack access to healthy shelter, and 16 million of these children are living on the streets. This phenomenon of street children represents massive social failure as well as a violation of the United … Continue reading Every African child deserves a healthy start in life.

Backpacking guide to Tanzania -2020

Tanzania is one of the fascinating countries that cant be left out of your travel to visit list of 2020 because of numerous things it offers you during your visit no matter what length period of your stay. Tanzania is an East African country known for its vast wilderness areas. They include the plains of Serengeti National Park, a safari mecca populated by the “big five” game (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino), and Kilimanjaro National Park, home to Africa’s highest mountain. Offshore lie the tropical islands of Zanzibar, with Arabic influences, and Mafia, with a marine park home to whale … Continue reading Backpacking guide to Tanzania -2020

My story as Conflict Photographer

 Photojournalist industry is not easy, and being a freelancer doesn’t help much either. But, it’s helped me recognize that struggling to level up your photography, because of the hard conditions of the market, is the best learning process I have ever experienced. Better than any school I have attended. Sure, it’s exhausting, and many give up along the way; paying for a career that doesn’t return a huge investment, at least in the economic way. I have been photographing as a professional for quite many years, but I guess that title doesn’t apply in the same way – we are … Continue reading My story as Conflict Photographer

MOST safest African countries to travel to.-backpacker trails 2020

Thers is nothing more interesting than when backpacking to Africa whether you going as a sole traveler orr as a group , trust me you will get all waiting for you upon your arrival.. The most fascinating continent that leaves us asking “ooh mama Africa. Going solo shouldn’t stop you from experiencing it as it would be highly rewarding for anyone to explore deeply and understanding this fascinating continent. And encounter wide landscapes, unique cultures, wild animals, and friendly communities and new amazing nice foods .. just act like a local inorder to understand more about this continent Sadly the main … Continue reading MOST safest African countries to travel to.-backpacker trails 2020

My photography trip to canada – travel photography guide to canadian paradise.

writen by symaa navy Canada is a country in the northern part of North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering 9.98 million square kilometres, making it the world’s second-largest country by total area.. All these places am to mention below ,were my best places if not always will during my visit to this beautiful country. b, Notre-Dame Basilica de Montreal, Quebec No matter how many times you’ve ascended cobblestoned Place D’Armes to see this Gothic Revival masterpiece come into view, its massive arches, splendid bell … Continue reading My photography trip to canada – travel photography guide to canadian paradise.

Things to do and see in Nuku”alofa when backpacking Tonga

Written by Symaa Navid What a strange name right? Before picking up the Tonga and Samoa travel guide from a university bookstore in Suva, Fiji, I had never heard of Nuku’alofa let alone know that it was the capital of a country, and I am a huge geography fan! Where is Tonga and Nuku’alofa Tonga’s islands with Nuku’alofa Tonga is a tiny country (in fact it is one of the least visited countries in the world) made of hundreds of islands and is a couple hours’ flight from Fiji. You can get there from Fiji or from Australia and New Zealand and, as I would later discover, it is … Continue reading Things to do and see in Nuku”alofa when backpacking Tonga

How to find cheap flights – when traveling in 2019

Don’t believe what everyone tells you about travel being expensive and only a “luxury” few can afford. If I can plan week-long, international trips for $900, you can too! Using the following tips, you’ll be able to find cheap flights to anywhere in the world. If you still can’t afford a trip, you just rethink where you want to go! I can’t always afford flights all the way to Asia from Florida, but if I want to get away and experience a new culture, I look for flights to closer destinations with inherently cheaper flights. 1. Be Flexible The number … Continue reading How to find cheap flights – when traveling in 2019

Making money with a travel blog.- guiding tips.

written by symaa navy When I first got into travel blogging, the way to make money was by selling links and having 40-50 niche websites with Google adwords ads. Press trips didn’t exist for bloggers and getting paid for our work was tough. There was no such thing as an instagrammer or ‘influencer.’ Ads didn’t pay much, and the idea of getting paid to travel was laughable to most of the industry. As mentioned in the video, these steps are listed in a logical order based on how established you are. Again this is a long game rather than a … Continue reading Making money with a travel blog.- guiding tips.


I don’t want to interfere in your “private life”, but I have a simple question or two for you. Have you ever broken up with someone before? (Oops! I apologise if I made you recall a past relationship). How did the “break-up” process feel? “Excuse me, if I made you think this is about past relationships and not about the Digital Nomad lifestyle. Before you close this page, give me a moment to let you know why I asked those questions. I am assuming you are a mature person, probably 18 years and above. I also assume you have dated … Continue reading DIGITAL NOMAD LIFE STYLE ¿ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES.