Welcome to My Magazine's September Issue.
It is the last rainy month before the dry season begins, and we are preparing to step into it with full power and new tools on our online platform for the promotion of The Gambia as a whole-year tourist destination. In the chapter Stories, we give you a sneak peek into what we are preparing for you, dear followers.
This month, our magazine pours out culture and tradition. We explored masquerades of The Gambia, cooked mbahal for you, roasted delicious street snack – corn, tried solom solom and soaked in colours of Senegambia craft market. We also put together a few helpful hacks that many people use to fix or avoid simple problems in The Gambia. We took a deep look into the traditions of the Jola ethnic group, living in The Gambia but also Casamance.
We visited some of the most popular places in The Gambia: Kachikally and Fort Bullen, relaxed on the Tujereng beach and prepared a great suggestion for a weekend getaway.
We talked about investment opportunities with Mr Khimji V. Pindoria of Swami India and learned about the upcoming music artist in afro-manding, Nyima Susso. Our authors of monthly columns didn't disappoint again – make sure you read Angelika's column and Melissa's guided yoga lessons.
Don't miss our chapter In focus. AFB Workspace offers a special promotion for readers of My Gambia looking to rent office space. The Gambia was hosting a journalist and photographer of Viajes National Geographic from Spain, who went on an exploration of the Ninki Nanka trail while also experiencing and enjoying many commodities of the warmest travel destination. Coming up soon are Fridays with 2ONE2 band in Sugar Cane Bar of Coco Ocean, a new show from King's & Queens, the second edition of Brunch&Golf and Sunday brunches in Serengeti Beach in Brufut Heights beach. All worth trying out.
We invite you to read some of the best articles from previous issues revived in this month's edition as well.