Morocco Much more to come.
Much more to come.
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Letters from Readers Worldwide
From Nigeria" We want to thank you most sincerely for your continued efforts at promoting Nigeria tourism. We are confident that with your efforts, tourism in Nigeria will achieve greater heights. Ladi Jemi--Alade
From Ethiopia:"Many thanks for your kind support!! I really appreciate such professionally managed promotional activities that African Tourism's need." Habtamu
(In reponse to an airline scam we uncovered on his
From Germany: In the moment my husband and I (and our 2 year old son) have to make the decision do we like to move to Guinea for at least 2 years. We spend the last 5 1/2 year in Uganda and really enjoyed living and working there. Now we are trying to find out more about the country but unfortunately there is not much on the net - but the things which we found about Guinea haven't been too encouraging - until we found YOUR web page!! Carina
From USA: "Thank you very much for your assistance. It is not as easy to find good information about Africa as it would be Europe. I am very excited about the trip". Sheli
From Atlanta, GA, USA
. I just received this E-mail from Tanzania Tours
Operator her name is Rose Abdallah, she's very happy with
the Pictures you posted on the website she travel with the
President and she's very close to the President...again.
Keep it up for ATA and Africa. May God Bless you and your
family.. Mr. Africa . - http://www.africa-ata.org/ata_pf2.htm
From USA: I would like to thank you for the beautifully picture you posted about the studenst in the website and Africa Travel magazine, and all the wonderfully advice you shared with us as world travel editor. Just a reminder , my name is Johanne Briere (red shirt in the picture), I help initiate and organized the student trip to Nigeria last November. Seeing as your and Miguette put all these beautifully story about Nigeria.
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From Kenya: Wonderful. Thanks for your swift reply. I did a search on google and came across your site. It is fascinating. What wonderful work you do. Kathryn Mahalo
From Switzaerland: I would like to congratulate you on the postings about Nigeria. It is very interesting and the pictures are marvellous. You remember maybe that I was living in Nigeria for 30 year and a lot of your pictures let my heart beat go up again. I am especially surprised about the holiday resort of Obudu Ranch. When I was visiting the place in the seventies, we rather had to drive through a river bed than a road to finally reach the ranch. I am really impressed about the development. The pictures of Abuja and the Durbar are just exciting! Thank your for your information. I always look forward to your new postings. Walter
From Ghana. I have inspected all,and its so brilliant and powerful. You and your team are superb! Julius Debrah
From the British Isles: "Your publication has so far been one of the best sources of information on this topic that I've come across." Phillip T. Slattery, Economic Section, US Embassy - London.
From Ghana: Thanks for your info. I am happy to be part of this wonderful work. Your pictures are just superb. email@example.com, Accra, Ghana Tour Conductor
From London, UK: Dear Muguette Goufrani. Your latest contribution to Africa travel Magazine (on-line) was very informative, wonderful and positive to the struggle that African fashion has always been. You placed African fashion on that beautiful and respectable place that it rightly deserves. Even though I am male I see beauty in our woman and derive loads of pleasure from the development of our people. Thank you for being a great African.. David Moloteni.
Many thanks Mr. Moloteni, We love to hear from you anytime. Your encouraging words really give us the inspiration to proceed. We hope to print a complete edition on Africa Fashion in the near future. According to Google, we lead tha world in searches for Africa Travel Fashion and African Fashion Designers. Warmest Regards, Muguette Goufrani
Accra, Ghana: Hello, to you both. You have done a
marvelous job with the photos. If all these are watched all
over the world , then we are fine. Thank you very much for a
good work done. Have you by any chance produced any videos
of the sites, events etc? Bridget
From Ghana: Thanks a lot for the good words about my dear country and Africa in general and we thank God for people like you who at least see the positive side of the continent. God richly Bless you. Thanks a lot for your kindness too - the lots of gifts given out to people, that was so touching and moving. I will definitely check the website out for more pictures and stories about my country. I am so glad you enjoyed the tour and all the info I am sure will be on the net soon, I suppose. I pray to God to give you continuous good health and kindness at heart. Take care and thanks again. Rejoice.
From Chania in Kenya: After a wonderful time with Chamchela Marketing, I would like to inform you that I will be making a very exciting move. I will be joining the marketing department at Cheli & Peacock as of 1st April 2006. My assistant Caro will also be joining me and together with the current marketing department, Tanya and Mary, we have high hopes for an extremely productive limb of Cheli & Peacock. More->->->
From Madagascar: I have founded a company in Madagascar to encourage tourism specific to the amazing gemstone industry present there. I am based in Michigan in the States and Antananarivo, Madagascar with full time staff.We will host at least 4 tours in 2006 April and August.. James Fiebie http://www.gemstonetrips.com.
From Kerala, India: I am from India. I came to know about the flying hospital through discovery channel. Inspired by that programme I planned to organise it in Kerala. A beatiful greeny place. There are a lot of poor people who is incapable of doing surgeries due to the utter poverty. If you could give me the details on your services it would be very helpful to coordinate an effective programme for a noble cause. I would like to know about the details on following topics. (continued)
Muguette. Since I read your article about
we took a group of African American Female educators there
last year and had a wonderful time. Hope to take a group
again next year. Briefly, the experience was wonderful. We
spent most of our time in Agadir with a one night excursion
to Marrakech. We stayed at Club Valtur and the resort was
great, albeit very Italian. I didn't learn much about the
people or culture of Morocco, hence the need for a second
trip. However, I did make a few friends (smile). Morocco is
a fascinating if you love sensory experiences or sensory
overload!! The experience started as soon as we boarded the
Royal Air Maroc flight, and continued for the entire trip.
I'll never forget the sights, smells and sounds of the souk
at Marrakech!!! Shopping was great as well. As I said, I
prefer to get a little more into the country itself, but it
was a great 'spa experience'. The trip was billed as "Sister
Scholars at the Spa"!!! Actually, Morocco was a great value
I would go again for that reason alone. I started writing an
article several months ago and would be happy to share my
thoughts with you further. Pamela, US Travel Agent
Diana Reef Resort and Spa. "Our post tour to Mombasa was exquisite. Six of us traveled there after the ATA Conference in Nairobi, and what a treat. The resort is luxurious, from the minute you enter the lobby, of which the floor is an aquarium. The rooms were beautiful, the food outstanding and the spa trreatments were absolutgely wonderful. We toured Fort Jesus and did a city tour of Mombasa, which was both informative and interesting. It's always good to learn as much as possib lle about each African destination. Everyone was pleased with our experiences in both Nairobi and Mombasa. The conference was one of the best to date."
PARTICPANTS WERE JONQUIL CLARK, VICKI JONES , THOMAS VESSELLS , MILDRED VESSELLS, VALERIA TYSON AND JUANITA DEVINE. Jonquil; Clark