Mauritania, the relaxing Sahara explained briefly – Delusional Bubble

Most people are either Arabic or African descendants. Most of them live on the Western side of the country, as the rest is deserted. They speak Arabic with Mauritanian accent that has some French in it and their second language is French, because of being a French colony for a while.

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Mali, where the richest man in the history lived, Explained – Delusional Bubble

If someone asks which country represents the African culture the best, your first answer might be Egypt or Ethiopia which is partially true, but did you know that Mali has once been the center of a great African empire called “Mali Empire” where “Mansa Musa I of Mali” ruled as its tenth Emperor who is officially the richest man of all times? Mansa Musa’s net worth is believed to be more than $400 Billion! That’s like 4 times more than Bill Gates, the richest man in the world now!

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Liberia, an American state in Africa – Delusional Bubble

Africa is the least known continent where most of us have no clue about! If you are one of those who don’t know how cool Africa is, check out our Africa’s category where you’ll find interesting facts about countries you never knew!

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Togo – The saddest country in the world – Delusional Bubble

In this post, we’ll talk about Togo. We’ll learn about Togo people, Togo language, Togo religion, Togo map, and we’ll be checking if Togo is a country or a city, if Togo is safe to visit, what to do in Togo while you are there, sightseeing places to visit in Togo! Introduction to Togo West […]

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Ghana, Easiest African country for beginners Explained!

Africa is an interesting place, but if you’re going to travel as a backpacker, you need to gain skills and go step by step for many reasons like understanding the cultural differences, level of amenities expectation, getting used to the street foods, and a lot more.

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Gabon, where hippos are surfing!

Gabon was colonized by France for a few years until they became independent on August 17, 1960. Although they have elections there, Gabon is still ranked as a non-democratic country.

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The Gambia, the weirdest shaped country in the world

Africa is anything but normal. This continent is full of excitement. There’s always something new to see, an interesting fact to amaze yourself with, and unique places to discover. There’s not a lot of room for these nations, especially in Eco-tourism.

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