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Beautiful Africa. Africa Our Africa!

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Original Article by Nomadic Matt.

My recent trip through the southern portion of Africa with G Adventures was simply mind blowing. My tour group was a blast, the guides were super fun and knowledgeable, and the land itself was…well, more beautiful than words can describe. And the locals (except the guy who duplicated my credit card and went on a shopping spree in multiple countries) were as warm as people had said they would be.

Africa is God’s zoo. The most eye-opening part of the trip was watching the animals up close in their natural habitat. It makes you realize how raw life and nature really are and how insulated from them we are in our modern lives. My appreciation and reverence for nature drastically increased because of this trip. And since I’ve already spoken about how Africa changed me, I think it’s time to let nature do the talking. Here are 24 stunning photos from my trip through Africa:

Sunset at Fish River Canyon National Park, Namibia

Sunset, Fish River Canyon National Park, Namibia

A lone tree in the savannah in Namibia, Southern Africa
A solitary tree in the savannah, Namibia

A stunning lion cub in Namibia
A lion cub, Namibia

Hippopotamus peaking out of the water in Botswana, Southern Africa
Hippopotami peaking out of the water, Botswana

Playing with perspective with my tour group in Deadvlei, Nambibia
Playing with perspective with members of my tour group, Deadvlei, Namibia

The moon from the Namibian desert in Southern Africa. Amazing how clear the sky is at 9 am!
Desert moon, Namibia. It’s amazing how clear the sky is at 9am!

Stunning rock paintings in Namibia, Southern Africa
Rock paintings, Namibia

Stunning sunset in Etosha National Park, Namibia
Sunset in Etosha National Park, Namibia

Photo of a wise bushwoman from Namibia, Southern Africa
A bushwoman from Namibia. She taught me a lot about the uses of native plants.

A lone zebra on the savannah in Namibia, Southern Africa
A lone zebra on the savannah

A photo of an elephant in the Chobe River, Botswana, Southern Africa
An elephant in the Chobe River, Botswana

A photo of an elephant, hippo, and water buffalo in the Chobe River in Southern Africa
An elephant, hippo, and water buffalo in the Chobe River, Botswana

A photo of camel thorn trees and dunes in Deadvlei, Namibia
Camel thorn trees and dunes, Deadvlei, Namibia

A hptoo of a bushwoman and child in Botswana, Southern Africa
A bushwoman and child, Botswana

A photo of an elephant in Namibia
An elephant chowing down, Namibia

The famous Dune 45 in Namibia, Southern Africa
The famous Dune 45, Namibia

A stunning giraffe posing for the camera in Southern Africa
A giraffe posing for the camera

Victoria Falls from the Zimbabwe side in Southern Africa
Victoria Falls from the Zimbabwe side

A photo of a stunning lizard in the African desert
A lizard in the desert

A sleeping lion cub in Namibia, Africa
A sleeping lion cub, Namibia

A beautiful herd of zebra at the watering hole in Africa
Thirsty zebra at the watering hole

A sunset somewhere in the Namibian bush, Africa
Sunset in the bush

The stunning red dunes of Deadvlei, Namibia
The red dunes of Deadvlei, Namibia

The Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana, Africa
The Okavango Delta, Botswana

A stunning double rainbow over Victoria Falls from Zimbabwe
Double rainbow at Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe side

This is just a small sample of my Africa photos. I took so many that I’ll be doing one more photo post next week. There are just too many good ones to share. But something tells me you probably won’t mind

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Havana Tornado: Cuba warns citizens to stay off street to avoid more casualties.

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A powerful Havana Tornado has hit cuba, crippling the activities of the day, and the authorities have warned the people to stay off the street.



The authorities have been communicating updates on any development to the people through media platforms to keep them aware of the development thou revealing that Part of the capital is completely dark and they heavy winds overturned vehicles, uprooted trees and lamp posts.

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A source has confirmed that the firefighters and ambulances rushed about on rescue missions, their flashing lights giving light to blacked out areas.

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President Miguel Diaz-Canel confirms the incident stating, that the demage is severe, after visiting the cuban capital city.

“As of now we mourn the loss of three human lives. 174 injured people are receiving aid” He added that several emergency teams were working hard to restore power to blacked-out areas.

At the Hijas de Galicia maternity hospital staffs were forced to evacuate the building because of storm damage.

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The thernado, spawned by a powerful storm that originated in the Gulf of Mexico, hit western Cuba with winds of up to 100 kilometres per hour.

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Scores still missing as deadly flash landslide continues to rock Indonesia

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Head of South Sulawesi’s disaster mitigation agency said over 3,400 people have lost their homes since the rainfall and strong winds hit heavily in the southern part of Sulawesi island on Wednesday and Thursday when speaking to the news agency.



However, he urge the residents to locate the temporary shelters that have been set up by the disaster mitigation agency in helping ensuring safety.

The authorities has confirmed that southern part of Sulawesi island suffered massive casualties, with 42 people found dead, adding that they are also working with volunteer in search of the missing ones,the major roads have been blocked prompting to lunch helicopter to deliver and monitor the situation.

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Those evacuated were given refuge in schools, mosques and tents. At least 46 are being treated at local hospitals and health clinics.

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On Thursday, the agency said that while flooding in the province was receding “the search and evacuation process is still ongoing”.

Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, spokesman for the national disaster agency has also notified the people that the Parts of Makassar were overpower with floodwater,

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The floods have paralyzed the activities of the state also damaged houses, government buildings, schools and bridges.

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