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The girl in view wears heavy shades, stilettos without hold-ups or leg warmers, and a skimpy skirt, which one would think is especially daring in winter; but not in Venice, one of the rare cities in Europe where the temperature hits an average of 9 degrees in early January, with three hours’ undiluted sunshine per day.
Venice is also called the ‘Floating City’ and ‘City of …
Senegal holds a strong reputation as one of Africa’s model democracies: politically and economically stable, the country rarely falls into the stereotype of tribal wars and political coups that plague the rest of the Continent.
Located at the south-east of Senegal, between Guinea Bissau and Gambia, Casamance’s luscious vegetation displays a striking contrast with the rest of the Sahelian country.
Senegal is a transition country between the …