Covering approx. 20.4% of the earth's land mass, Africa is
the world's second-largest and also second most populated continent.
Since colonialism, many African states have frequently been
afflicted by instability, corruption, violence, and authoritarianism.
But the wide range of daily life and living standards of this
huge continent is still undiscovered.
Join us on a tour to the oldest inhabited territory on earth,
discover the streets of mysterious Africa.
Rabat is the capital of Morocco with a population of 2 Mio. Rabat is located on the Atlantic Ocean and is the second most important city in Morocco. You video walk trough the old town of Rabat with its narrow lanes and bright facades. Walk along some smaller markets and enjoy the Arabic-African atmosphere. (06/2009)
Seychelles - La Digue
The Seychelles belong to one of the most exotic destinations in the world with La Dique as one of three main islands of the Seychelles. In this video you walk along on one of the beaches on La Digue. Enjoy the sound of the see and start dreaming of the paradise. (10/2009)
Seychelles - Mahè
On the island Mahè is the Morne Seychelles National Park located. Your video walk takes you through the jungle on a little way up to a waterfall. Enjoy the pure nature! (10/2009) (10/2009)
Seychelles - Praslin
Praslin in the second largest island of the Seychelles. This video is a little mix between beach impressions (at 3:46 Min) and the quite street life on the island (at 1:11 Min). At the end you just stay on the beach to listen to the Indian ocean. (10/2009)
Khartoum is the capital of
Sudan. It is located where the White Nile flowing
north from Uganda, meets the Blue Nile flowing west
from Ethiopia. With a population of well over a
million inhabitants, Khartoum is the second-largest
city of Sudan with the highest concentration of
economic activity in the country. However, only
few streets are paved, the city is very poor, beside
some exclusive areas. See this short, but intense
video, showing the daily street life.(03/2008)
The Chikuni Mission is located
in the Monze district in Southern Zambia. The mission
has been founded by two French Jeusits, J.
Moreau and J. Torrend. Moreau had talked to Chief
Monze in 1902, and with his permission took four
young men including the chief's son to learn farming
in Zimbabwe. The video walk goes through the
mission area. As a very speciality this video is
friendly commented by Ma Tongo Maumbi who has been
interviewed by Marco Ferrarini. This video is a
must to see! (7/2008)