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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
Elephant Encounter
Submitted by Amber on 2007-03-29 04:48:26 (via www.2goglobal.com)
Did you hear about elephants attacking people? I thought they eat grass. If an elephant is coming on you, is a tent the best safety shelter?.. Anyways, that might happen when in the midst of African wildlife.   More...
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John Forrest National Park
Submitted by Adele on 2007-03-09 08:16:03 (via travelsight.tripod.com)
A well kept secret. The best time to visit this wonderful spot is in Spring, when the wildflowers put on their luscious display. And that is quite a site, absolutely splendid. For anyone mad about wild flowers this is the place to go.
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Chased by an Elephant
Submitted by Amber on 2007-03-07 07:16:05 (via www.worldtravelstories.com)
When on a safari tour, you would expect a lion to chase you, right, or a rhino, ok? But here is an elephant threatening to flip you truck over. Although all these wild life representatives seemed to ignore completely this human-in-their-vehicles intrusion in their private lives, this particular elephant decided he’s had enough…   More...
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Victoria - the Manta Ray
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-03-01 06:35:59 (via stjohnbeachguide.com)
An alive, free of charge tourist attraction. Victoria knows how to put on a spectacular show to entertain the people and this with no school, training, or education in the field.:o) It simply does what it was created to do, absolutely free, as if nobody is watching, yet aware of the joy it brings.   More...
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Bioluminescent Bay
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-03-01 05:44:01 (via stjohnbeachguide.com)
Absolutely blockbusting!!! If you splash water on your hair it will drip crystals of light like tiny sparkling jewels. If you bang on the sides of your kayak you’ll see the streaks of light they make underwater. If it starts to rain, the whole bay will light up, and everything is glowing and sparkling in electric greenish and bluish white light.   More...
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Falling in Love in QR
Submitted by Adele on 2007-02-23 04:18:01 (via www.nhavers.8k.com)
Sian Ka'an is the true romantic ideal of nature unsullied by man: Robinson Crusoe beaches, so vast you get lost on them, lush jungles, only howler monkeys, the odd crocodile and exotic birds 4company. Time passes slowly in Sian Ka'an, so you effortlessly float on currents, observing the giant mangrove roots and brown pelicans dive-bombing 4fish.   More...
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Can Man Survive in the Bush?
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2007-02-22 04:46:51 (via www.wildlifetravel.net)
Oh, this is a must to read, if you ever think of becoming a Survival Specialist who trains fighter pilots, parabats and pathfinders in the art of survival. See the toughness of it: suffering from insomnia, being scared, hungry and dirty, but resolve on conquering the Mother Nature. A very hilarious and entertaining style. Great imagination!   More...
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Kahna Tiger Reserve
Submitted by cleo on 2007-02-21 06:13:10 (via www.wildlifetravel.net)
An accurate description of what the jungle is like. In Kahna reserve you can see a tiger up-close being on top of an elephant – the tiger can’t see you, so he doesn’t get in the mood for prey;o) At the same time elephant’s driver can command it to uproot an obstructive tree on the way. How still captivating remains the nature!   More...
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Alaska Adventurer
Submitted by christine on 2007-02-09 05:23:33 (via www.yachtalaska.com)
”All of a sudden, the surface boiled with fish and the water flushed white. All at once 14 whales burst through the surface, mouths wide open just a few feet from our eyes. We could see right into their mouths. I was stunned by the sight and when words finally came, I could only muster up an "Oh...my...God, I think I better go sit down." Amazing!
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The Serengeti Travelogue
Submitted by pablo on 2007-02-02 06:28:03 (via travel.sulekha.com)
Serengeti – the safari paradise! On a teritory as big as Holland you can find four out of ’big five’ animals. “Serengeti will easily make it to anybody's list of top five natural wonders of the world. I don't think there are that many places in the world where you could shoo away hyenas and lions during dinner time!”
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