The hunt for the next Congolese model continues and as always, we never escaped-the beauty scouting continues in western Congo. However,we’re taking a different approach. We don’t advertise for models, but we work with people already known to us, mostly friends. We rather deal with people that understand us and know where we’re coming from..
This week, was one of those days when everything was on fast-pace-track, but that did not stop us from catching up with the beautiful Congolese Model, Feza Keicha. Its always great to have friends visiting us at Banana Beach. To be frank, it was a very unexpected visit because Feza rarely travels out of Kinshasa, and anything out of Kinshasa to her, is considered bush.. she wanted to surprise us, and she did.
The one thing we like the most with Feza, is her courage and focus on where she wants to be in the next five years. Don’t let looks deceive you, Feza happens to be a great computer programmer and she’s working on some serious applications. However life is not all about writing and compiling code.
Letting it go… helps charge your batteries.
Its always a good thing to switch off and let the wind flow with you…
A very confident woman appreciates her beauty and Sexiness-Feza loves to show both and she’s very comfortable flaunting it..which is very Congolese.
When you ask Feza about love, she laughs loud and asks…”do you really think that, a man can fall in love with a computer programmer”? Maybe her looks are intimidating to some men,,but believe it or not, Deep that beautiful beauty is a heart of gold.
She’s a rare Congolese beauty with a great future infront of her- in case one day she gets bored with writing code, her beauty will take her many places…
Sunbathing is good for black skin as it strengthens your immune system…
The hot and cold breeze of the Atlantic is refreshing late afternoon..
We know Feza enjoyed her stay at Banana Beach and she was also impressed with the place. She’ll be back very soon, as she has now found a place to hide.
Every week- expect a beautiful Congolese Model. We know we can’t please everyone, but We have to do what we do.