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Second largest continent, Africa attracts expatriates for its rich cultural diversity as well as for the professional opportunities the region provides. Foreign skills and diplomas are highly valued and sought-after, especially in the construction and petroleum sectors.

Settling in Africa to live and work is a thrilling adventure that numerous expatriates chose to experience.

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Riko cooking, sewing and other disasters

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My name is Martina a young adventurerous mother. I live in Nairobi, Kenya, together with my husband Simon and our son Giovanni. This blog is made for friends, relatives and curious people who want to be updated about our adventures. I know you are asking yourselves: what is Riko? Riko in Kikuyu (my husband's mother tongue) means fireplace. The fireplace is the place where people cook, stay together and share the life. It was where the grandparents used to transmit to the children their culture and traditions. I imagine this blog like such a place, a warm meeting point where I tell you what I discover , cook, burn and destroy day by day.

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What I have seen and explored since I have moved to live and work in Mauritius

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African-inspired lifestyle, culture, design and food from Dakar, Senegal.

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