New Video Out! The Afrowanders travel video at the UNESCO World Heritage Site Kinderdijk has just dropped and is live on YouTube now!! Check it out at the link below!
Kinderdijk houses 19 monumental Windmills in the Netherlands and has been in operation since the 18th century!
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Just coming off the high from our 2 week holiday. This was a trip for the records and currently in the top 5 of best experiences for #TeamJackson.
We left Chicago on 10/27 for a 7hr roadtrip to Memphis for @Audacity Fest Memphis 2019. This was a great conference full of black travelers that I follow and admire on social media. We had a mini South Africa trip reunion, it was cool to see our travel cousins.
After Memphis we flew to LA for 3 days on 10/30 where I ate tacos almost every meal, linked up with my sister/cousin, went to Universal Studios and felt like a kid, toured Santa Monica/SA Alps and the International Hippie curated a Hood Movie tour that was soo cool.
On 10/3 we got flewed out to Fiji, a true paradise with the Kennaleo Tour Group. We enjoyed a week with an awesome group of 22 beautiful, amazing and loving blacks folks that have now been added to our growing travel family. To add we had fresh coconuts daily brought to our hotel room🤗
As I said this trip was one for the books and I cant wait to share all the stories and pictures.
Also I upgraded my phone during the trip to the Samsung S10e and these pics came out super dope for how horrible I am with the camera.
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#Repost from @naija_avenue. Nigeria tourism sector to create 100 million jobs by 2028 – ITF DG
The Director-General Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Joseph Ari, on Monday, said forecast has shown that Nigeria would be earning N12 billion from the tourism sector by the year 2028, and the industry will create over 100 million jobs for the citizenry.
He also said the tourism industry has become an important economic earner for many countries, even outstripping mineral resources in terms of its contribution to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). He added that the tourism sector contributes 30% to the GDP of Kenya, Uganda, South Africa and Botswana; but sadly Nigeria at the moment is lagging behind.
Ari further stated that because of the huge potentials the ITF has identified in tourism, the agency is set to establish a training institute in tourism, which will be located in Lagos, with a campus at its headquarters in Jos.
The ITF Director General, who was also chairman of the occasion, disclosed this while speaking at the opening ceremony of the
Jos 2019 Trade Fair, at the Polo field in Jos, the Plateau State Capital...Read more on inventriumtravels.com