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West Africa - Monrovia or Bust
Submitted by lisa on 2008-03-06 08:15:38 (via polosbastards.com)
What can be more rewarding than a life occurrence when you engage yourself in day to day life while traveling? You can’t pick those sorts of experiences out of a holiday brochure! Find out in the afterward personal story a variety of affairs ranging from pleasant to dangerous...
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Mauritius Dive Diary
Submitted by pablo on 2008-03-06 07:35:56 (via www.bsactravelclub.co.uk)
Mauritius-a tiny group of tropical islands of volcanic origin in the Indian Ocean with colorful vegetation all the year round is a wonderful choice for a diving experience.
Enjoy the multitude of diving adventures and in many cases endangerment, nevertheless the desire to explore the water wold overcomes all obstacles. Good luck!
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Bus trip from Malawi to Tanzania
Submitted by christine on 2008-03-06 06:24:37 (via newpittsburghcourieronline.com)
There is no doubt that every city has its dangerous parts, and it is good for a foreigner to know which are those.... taxi driver took him to an area called ''hell’s row'', ''this is where bad people are''....driving up a narrow unpaved road, in the middle of a filthy, crowded area...
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Have you ever been to the post office in Egypt?
Submitted by BigFatRat on 2008-03-06 02:15:58 (via travelrats.blogspot.com)
When you travel around the world you will inevitably have to ship parcels home occasionally, whether it's gifts for your friends, useless winter clothes or personal clutter that you can't bring yourself to trow away.
But sometimes, language barriers and bureaucracy will stand in your way. Don't be discouraged, read on...
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Malaga, A spot in the Sun
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-03-05 10:32:50 (via seamania.blogspot.com)
Malaga is very typical of many Southern cities of Spain! Built for tourism it has an endless stream of hotels, guest houses and apartments but in the winter months the emphasis lies on the Spanish - the Brits and the Germans notably absent until the summer months creep back in again!   More...
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Dear Mr Hugo Chavez
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-03-05 10:24:52 (via seamania.blogspot.com)
A trip to Venezuela turned into disaster after my baggage was lost and I ended up in a one-star brothel rather than the upmarket hotel that I had requested.   More...
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Libya: of ancient ruins and psychic connections
Submitted by lisa on 2008-03-05 06:47:12 (via travel.ninemsn.com.au)
Tracing a deep crease line across my hand with her finger, Fatma suddenly announces, "You're just about to meet him." "Yes, yes. Very soon," she adds, confidently releasing my hand....
Get lost in the ancient ruins of Libya, it is going to change you forever!
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Benin in 48 hours
Submitted by christine on 2008-03-04 09:15:44 (via www.travelblog.org)
Guess how much of a country you can see in 48 hours? Just enough to get a lasting feeling like you've been there, felt the smell, and savoured its taste.
Ouidah, another slave trade center from Africa during the 17th-19th centuries, time when nearly 1,000,000 individuals were boarded onto ships and were transported across the Atlantic, read more...   More...
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Africa Under Canvas: Camping in Botswana
Submitted by roxy on 2008-03-04 08:52:31 (via www.gonomad.com)
Botswana welcomes you! The safari experience is going to be a blast! Living in a tent by night and suddenly there is shouting -- there’s a fanfare in the bush near the tent. A flappy ear pokes out. Now the wrinkled rear. Elphaaaant! A big one. !!!! Woo-hoo, I love this part :)) ,:))
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Crepes and Cadeaus: A Cote d'Ivoire Story
Submitted by pablo on 2008-03-04 08:21:55 (via www.travelblog.org)
Cote d'Ivoire or the "Paris of Africa" is considered to be a shadow of its former self . A country of indescribable confusion, poverty, bribery, misery on one side, and warm, welcoming and resilient people on the other side. Why not evade in this world and explore the buildings of Bassam?...
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