A Brief History of Rwanda: From a Genocidal Nation to One of The Fastest Growing Economies on Earth

The earliest inhabitants of Rwanda were an ethnic group called the Twa, but later on, Bantu people took over and said Bantu people were divided into two groups: Hutu and Tutsi. Colonisation In the 1890s, Germany would claim Rwanda as … Continue reading A Brief History of Rwanda: From a Genocidal Nation to One of The Fastest Growing Economies on Earth

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Travel Guide: Diverse Foodie Culture in Multicultural Melbourne

Multicultural Melbourne nurtures a diverse foodie culture that mirrors its cultural history. With the 10th largest immigration population in the world, Melbourne has been described as a ‘multicultural melting pot’. From Chinese dumpling houses in Chinatown on Little Burke Street … Continue reading Travel Guide: Diverse Foodie Culture in Multicultural Melbourne

Travel Guide: Explore Crete, the Crown Jewel of the Mediterranean

When discussing the Greek islands, Crete often takes a backseat to more prominent locales like Mykonos, Santorini, and Syros. But don’t be fooled, Crete is anything but forgettable. This mountainous stretch of land is equal parts mythical island paradise and … Continue reading Travel Guide: Explore Crete, the Crown Jewel of the Mediterranean

Welcome to Coober Pedy, Australia's Underground Town

Travel Guide: Australia’s Underground Town of Coober Pedy

Tucked away 864 km to the north of Adelaide in Southern Australia is Coober Pedy, the world’s opal capital. What makes this town unique is almost everything is underground- residents’ homes, churches, landmark buildings and hotels. If you fancy staying … Continue reading Travel Guide: Australia’s Underground Town of Coober Pedy