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Doni Belau launched Girls’ Guide to Paris in September of 2009 because of her long-time love and passion for Paris and France in general. She and her husband owned an apartment in Paris for six years and now have a house on the Dordogne river in the Bordeaux region.GirlsGuideToParis.com is an all-encompassing online city guide and features over 4,000 pages of fun ideas, services and insider tips for shopping in, dining in and visiting Paris—all tested and personally selected with care by Doni and her team of locally based editors. GG2P has various projects under development, including their recently launched Travel Club, iPhone applications, downloadable walking tours and a weekly radio show. Current projects include Girls’ Guide to Paris the e-book and Girls’ Guide to Paris et Plus e-magazine both to launch this year. Before the travel business overtook her life, she was for a fundraiser, an activist, and a political and not-for-profit consultant. In 2006 Doni encouraged her young friend Whitney Johnson to start Ubuntu Africa and together they conceived of an organization that would help, assist and empower children and young adults who have HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Now, five years later, they have helped to save and extend the lives of hundreds of HIV positive children outside of Cape Town in their after-school care center in the township of Khayletisha. Make sure to check out the website http://girlsguidetoparis.com/
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