Posted by Elisa Lam, Monday, October 7th, 2019 @ 12:00pm
Betting is a big business globally with the fastest-growing being the interactive/online category. The global online market has grown consistently over the years from about $20 billion in 2009 to over $40 billion in 2016.
Betting is a good way of making some extra cash but, if you have never tried it before, finding a safe and trustworthy site can be an uphill task. Are you looking to find the best online experience betting on sports? Well, search no more. Discover here 5 of the top sports sites for online betting.
1. Betway Africa
Betway Africa is among the leading betting sites in the world. It allows you to choose from a variety of sports to bet on like basketball, American football, baseball, and soccer (football).
The site brings convenient and fun ways to wager on your local and international sports. It comes with an awesome welcome bonus and also offers a wide variety of betting options and is available both online and in-app form for iPhone and Android.
If you are looking for a trusted, innovative, and dynamic betting site, then 888sport is your best bet. This is a fun site that makes it easier even for beginners to get started. If you are a seasoned better, you will get many extras that will keep your interest burning.
This site allows you to bet from wherever you are, whether you like betting at home or on the move. If you are new to this site, you’ll get £30 in Free Bets.
Bet365 has millions of fans from all over the world. This is because they cover a large number of international leagues which is far beyond what other betting sites cover.
Apart from the sports games, bet 365 also offers slot online games, Roulette, Blackjack, among others. All the games it covers must undergo thorough tests before their release to the consumers.
Since its inception, Ladbrokes have maintained very competitive prices and they continue to go from strength to strength. It has made a name for itself by operating on the high streets. However, it is their online games that catapulted them to the betting limelight.
Ladbrokes offers more than 70,000 in-play events every year. It also offers daily promotions and enhanced prices on big matches. Many fans stick to it because of its solid outright odds and markets, betting exchange, and high betting limits.
Bovada's headquarters is in North America but it has been accepting bettors from the U.S. since 2007. It has enjoyed quite a success because it covers major sports leagues in the U.S.
Bovada has very excellent coverage of games and even offers live betting. Bovada is home to a mobile betting site called Racebook and it features many betting markets, including parlays and teasers as well as props and futures.
The above betting sites are popular because they can handle your confidential personal financial information without leaking it to third parties and they honor payouts and grade betting slips very quickly.
There are many other excellent betting sites, but before you commit your money into them, you need to check their background to find out if they are genuine.
Posted by Elisa Lam, Saturday, August 3rd, 2019 @ 11:02pm
Johannesburg is the biggest city in South Africa, and it is the capital of the Gauteng province. The city is very popular because it was home to the first South African president Nelson Mandela. South Africa is unbelievably charming because it is the most developed country in Africa.
The landscape in South Africa is unmistakably blessed with scenic landscapes which attract tourists from all over the world.
Before you start processing your documents to visit Johannesburg, here are a few things you need to know:
1. Visa requirement
A visa is a required before you visit the country but there are some countries whose citizens can visit without a visa provided, they have valid passports and are going to stay in the country for 30 days or less. It is good to find out whether you will need a visa or not.
2. Local Currency
The official currency in South Africa is the Rand. You can exchange your currency to South Africa Rand for your expenses and small tips.
There are many outlets in Johannesburg that accept US dollars and you can also use your international debit card if you have some cash balance in your bank account.
3. Best mobile network and internet
Once you arrive at O. R. Tambo International Airport, you can buy a local SIM card to enable you to communicate effectively. But to make your trip even more hassle-free, you can have your phone activated for international roaming so you can easily call people back at home. SIM cards and mobile internet are quite cheap in South Africa.
4. Local transport in South Africa
Johannesburg has a good road network with proper signboards. This means you can rent a GPS enabled car and get around without any worries. You can also use the taxis to move around or use the public transport system which is also very efficient.
Many tourists also like the Gautrain of the Gauteng Rail System which is new in South Africa but is a convenient mode of transport in Johannesburg.
5. Talk to Your Doctor
Before you leave for South Africa, discuss with your doctor about which medications and shots you may need. South Africa is prone to malaria and you may need some protection. You may also need some shots for flu and hepatitis. Such protection is necessary for you to fully enjoy, your Johannesburg holiday tour.
Johannesburg is a very big city and tourists are usually spoiled for choice when it comes to accommodation. There are many low-end and high-end hotels and the place where you choose to stay will depend on your budget.
South Africans speak eleven different languages, but Zulu is the most popular language here. Learning a little Zulu will help you socialize easily with the local residents. It is also good that many South Africans can also speak English.
Johannesburg has all the facilities and services you expect in a big city. There are many hotels with free Wi-Fi and the nightlife is always packed with many activities. It is good to visit in either July or August. That’s when the weather is good with cool nights and mild days.
Posted by Elisa Lam, Tuesday, July 9th, 2019 @ 10:44pm
Dar es Salaam is the largest city in Tanzania. It boasts the second largest port in the Eastern Africa region and is the economic hub of the country. It is the transit town to the many tourist destinations in the country and it is leading in film, media, music, art, and fashion industries.
When visiting the country, you will most likely land at the Julius Nyerere International Airport where you can exchange your currency to Tanzania shillings before you head to your hotel. Here are the top 7 things you need to do in Dar es Salaam before you leave.
1. Visit Azam Marine and Coastal Fast Ferries
Once in Das es Salaam, just take a ferry ride to the islands of Pemba and Zanzibar to observe the wonderful coastal side of the city. This is an amazing way to begin your holiday.
The ferry ride is an experience you would never want to miss while in Dar es Salaam, and you can enjoy it more if you purchase a Royale ticket that will land you onto a VIP seat.
2. Go into the Village Museum
The Village Museum will give you an opportunity to experience traditional and cultural life in Tanzania. It is an open-air museum which showcases the local culture and the different types of houses that Tanzanians build.
3. Take a Walk along the Coco Beach
Coco Beach is in the Oysterbay area. It is a public beach worth a visit once you are in Das es Salaam. Though the beach can be dirty and overcrowded at times, it is the best place to spend your weekend if you like to relax by the seashore.
At the beach, there are several restaurants and cafes where you can have a taste of the local cuisine while viewing the sea.
4. Visit the Slipway Shopping Center
This center is a favorite destination for exploring and shopping. You can take a casual stroll around the mall, moving from one store to another to see what they have on offer.
When you get tired, you can go into one of the restaurants found here and enjoy a cold drink with some sumptuous lunch.
5. Nyama Choma
Nyama choma is a Swahili word which means barbecued meat. There’s no better place to enjoy this than the city’s local restaurants. Your Dar es Salaam holidays tour can never be complete without a taste of nyama choma at Kwa Mfojo Nyama Choma or Mamboz Corner BBQ.
6. Visit Bongoyo Island and Indulge in water activities
Many Dar es Salaam safari tour packagesinclude a visit to the Bongoyo Island. The island isn’t far from the city center and you will have to connect via a ferry boarded at the Slipway.
There are several water activities you can indulge in here including snorkeling and many more. If you feel hungry, you can enjoy grilled fish and chips at the shack on the beach.
7. High Spirit Lounge Bar
Dar es Salaam offers a pulsating nightlife. It boasts several clubs and bars where you can dance and drink throughout the night.
If you like to be the center of attraction, you can step onto the dance floor at the High Spirit Lounge Bar where disco lights will be shining on you as you while away the night.
To Wrap It Up
Dar es Salaam is one of the leading cities in Africa. The restaurants in this city offer delicious intercontinental and traditional dishes.
You can get around the city using trains, buses, and minibuses. It is best to visit the city from June to October because that is the dry season.