“I am an African not because I was born in Africa but because Africa was born in me.” – Kwame Nkrumah
The African continent holds a very special place in our hearts and how often do we take a few moments to appreciate what we have in our life? Today is the day to give thanks for all those things that make a difference in our daily lives and visiting Africa so incredible.
To those who have never been… we wish that you will visit in the not-too-distant future and that you will come to know and love this amazing place.
In the meantime & in the spirit of thanksgiving here are 10 things we (as African’s) are grateful for:
Special conversations, shared laughs and smiles are parts of every day in Africa. The warmth, humility and courage of its people are overwhelming and infectious!
Our Sunrises and Sunsets
Only the best and most beautiful you could ever imagine. The sky lights up with a thousand splendid colours and imprints on your memory forever.
The variety and quantity of wildlife that we share with the continent is sometimes unbelievable. It is an honour to experience these majestic creatures.
Always prepared with the utmost care the taste sensations and culinary journeys we are exposed to on a daily basis are out of this world!
This colourful land is bursting with characters, cultures, religions and beliefs aplenty. There is so much to see, to learn and to understand.
From savannahs, to mountains, to forests, to beaches to deserts we have it all and it’s ever-changing and always takes your breath away.
Summer in South Africa is glorious. It’s hot, it’s humid and the afternoon summer thunderstorms are the best.
Pineapples, watermelons, apricots, peaches. All of these juicy edibles make summer totally delicious.
Nowhere else will you experience space like in Africa. The middle of nowhere is a real place here and a feeling experienced often on this endless continent!
There’s nothing quite like a braai on a warm afternoon with a few beers and cocktails.
From all of us at Iconic Africa, Happy Thanksgiving!
One thought on “10 Things to be Thankful for as Africans”
I love the African continent and when I visit feel,like I have come home.