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Provence/Languedoc Travelogue
Submitted by bindero on 2007-03-30 08:16:27 (via www.heartofthesun.com)
A pilgrimage of two weeks in the beautiful south of France: Provence, Lanquedoque, Marseille, a perfect combination of spiritual recharging and researching, and captivating side seeing of picturesque regions.
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Bodrum - the Magnet
Submitted by roxy on 2007-03-30 08:11:53 (via www.bootsnall.com)
For most travelers, the South Aegean coast of Turkey is a holiday resort and not much else. However, after spending some time, what looks like any other small town on the seashore, turns out to be the center of the beautiful people of Turkey. This makes Bodrum a really special place for special people.   More...
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St. Croix -the Gay Virgin Island
Submitted by christine on 2007-03-30 08:07:54 (via www.envoytravel.com)
We were going snorkeling in the Caribbean’s azure waters around the U.S. Virgin Islands. Our sailboat carried three lesbian couples and a male gay-friendly skipper. Lucky coincidence? Not at all. An article about agents who use gay friendly tour operators to ensure that their guests feel comfortable on the tour and are treated well in all respects.
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Tropical Windshield Wipers
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2007-03-30 07:43:58 (via www.vwvagabonds.com)
Who would think that you can get trapped by something, as simple as broken windshield wipers? And why such an insignificant thing should spoil your day? Well, in a place with constant heavy rain and the narrow roads that offered no place to pull off for twenty or thirty kilometer, this is a problem. And in paradise cars are different;O).   More...
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Things that go CRACK! in the Night
Submitted by Amber on 2007-03-30 07:35:54 (via www.vagabonding.com)
Are elephants all that kind? Maybe those in India that you can ride across the country, but in Uganda they didn’t seem so. Was this guy really scared… I’m not sure.   More...
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Victoria Falls
Submitted by bindero on 2007-03-30 07:32:44 (via www.knoware.co.uk)
Do you know the meaning of the name of Victoria Falls in the local dialect? It is named Mosi-Oa-Tunya – "The Smoke That Thunders". That is because not only the river Zambezi pours over a cliff, but actually pours into a hole caused by a rift. The water then exits at the bottom through a channel, continuing its way further down. Splendid view!
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To the Top of Africa
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-03-30 07:29:02 (via www.adventureprone.com)
Fifteen minutes on the summit of Kilimanjaro is worth the five days climb, with a storm threatening to wipe you off the top. While Ngorongoro crater is actually home to numerous elephants, giraffe, lions, buffalo, gazelle, and countless species of birds - a petri-dish of big game… No comments on the travel services.   More...
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Mlilwane Nature Reserve
Submitted by lisa on 2007-03-30 07:28:00 (via www.kusafiri.net)
Mlilwane nature reserve is a place where humans and animals are combined as a whole one. Every element of this picture only adds value to the whole system, and even 4x4 are seen here as an indispensable element, like for example, zebras and rhinos.
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Zambia
Submitted by roxy on 2007-03-30 07:24:20 (via www.ourafricansafari.com.au)
Here a very nice overview of a trip to Zambia with some information about hotels where you can stay. But there’s one thing you learn quickly in Zambia and Tanzania, if you ask if there is hot water, the reply is usually, 'yes' - but it doesn't mean that your room is connected to same!
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Benghazi - Eclipse Camp
Submitted by bindero on 2007-03-30 07:19:46 (via www.joetourist.ca)
What an experience! To observe the total eclipse of the sun from the middle of the Saharan Desert! You cannot see it every day and nothing compares to the feeling that you get when it becomes suddenly dark in the middle of the day and the temperature drops with 7-8 degrees during 1 minute. Terrific!
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