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‘Côte d’Ivoire: The Rhythm of Mystery’ in New African Magazine

5 Jul

While the West African republic of Côte d’Ivoire isn’t as highly publicised a travel destination as Kenya, Morocco or South Africa, it easily matches the depth and diversity of their charms. In just three or four days you can see and do so much, from visiting the trendy galleries and music spots of cosmopolitan Abidjan to watching traditional craftspeople at work in the rural north, spying on wild hippos frolicking in a fragrant river in the verdant south or admiring the stupendous views from the mountains of the cooler west.

Read more here.

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Bradt Guide Review in Travel Africa Magazine

15 Nov

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My deepest thanks to Travel Africa Magazine for this generous review of The Bradt Guide to Ivory Coast:

‘With this guidebook, the author puts the largely unexplored Côte d’Ivoire back on the map, following a period of instability. As well as being a celebration of the country, the book also offers a lot of practical information and background that any potential traveller will find invaluable. Personal stories and anecdotes are intertwined throughout, which add some fascinating texture and observations.’