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Offline Johnson_2020
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*Bamenda: An English speaking city in Cameroon, the people are concerning, wonderful and laid back, share a lot in common with Cross-river state (Calabar) in Nigeria. Other parts of Cameroon can be horrible with difficult people.

*Calabar: You have to be there to test the best hospitality Nigeria has to offer, they are always happy. It is also called the smiling coast of Nigeria. They boast the best infrastructure and their food is the best in Nigeria.

* Mali hash to English speakers.
*Tunisia: Beautiful tho! french speakers, they are comfortable in their school and majority of them are highly educated.
*Gambia: Africa's smiling coast but usually nothing to smile about. The people are laid back and poverty is rampant. Gambia lacks ideas and the reason people are slow in invading the business territory is because of the relative low population, which means it will take a while to recoup investment, European tourist flock there because they are nice to Europeans not same if you are in black skin.

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hello all,
Nice to discuss with all, recently I had a trip to Ghana of Africa. I booked my journey through Candotours. Really, it's an awesome place in my still life where I collected all of my best memories.


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