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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
Tanzanian Safari
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-02-12 21:48:13 (via holeinthedonut.com)
My guide has retired to his tent for the night, exhausted from driving 8 hours over bone-jarring, roughly graded roads. I look up from my camp table and realize that I can only see what is illuminated by the kerosene lantern - a circle of light about three feet in diameter. Beyond that is complete and utter blackness.   More...
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The South Africans
Submitted by ieuandolby on 2007-12-07 13:37:35 (via www.seadolby.com)
South Africans are a funny bunch! Some love their country, some hate it! Most have enough locks on their doors to put the Bank of England to shame and enough bars on their windows to build the army tanks should they ever go to war!   More...
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By pirogue, pousse-pousse and zebu wagon through baobab land
Submitted by ManjaB on 2007-10-25 03:16:17 (via www.off-the-beaten-track.net)
A fantastic journey through the inland of the unique and almost magical island Madagascar, where one finds animals that exist nowhere else in the world, unspoiled nature with hardly any roads to it: it's not for the comfort seekers.   More...
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The kingdom of Lions
Submitted by markfoe on 2007-09-06 04:31:19 (via www.gotomountkenya.com)
South Western Kenya is the heartland of the Maasai.
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Tambacounda to Kayes
Submitted by Sparky on 2007-08-18 09:33:52 (via www.moxon.net)
There comes a point in every nightmare journey when things have already gone so spectacularly wrong, that you have no choice but to give in and laugh. It's a huge relief when this happens; it means you can get on with enjoying the awfulness of the trip instead of worrying about whether you're actually going to get anywhere.   More...
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Trekking in Kenya
Submitted by markfoe on 2007-08-15 05:41:37 (via www.gotomountkenya.com)
It's February and today is a hot sunny day with clear blue skies just like any other day in February.

Before going to bed, I make sure the vehicle is in good shape.   More...
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Kenya Mountain
Submitted by markfoe on 2007-08-07 06:42:39 (via www.gotomountkenya.com)
At 3am next morning Evans woke us up. I was in a deep sleep and sitting up quickly, I knocked the frozen perspiration from the roof of the tent on to us - a sort of frozen shower! We dressed, had a cup of tea and packed our gear. T   More...
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Life in Modern Egypt
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-07-17 20:51:37 (via www.all-about-egypt.com)
Modern Egypt is a unique blend of the past and the present, offering the visitor a rare opportunity to travel back in time while enjoying all sorts of modern accomodations and amenities for today's sophisticated travelers.   More...
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Mercy Trucks Ventures to Guinea Bissau
Submitted by roxy on 2007-06-15 03:58:32 (via www.ywam.org)
Driving the long vehicle across seven countries and two deserts, many frustrations including having to deal with authorities asking you for papers you don’t necessarily need; arriving Guinea Bissau and being welcomed with joy and sincere friendliness by the local people makes one look back and think, one could do this all over again.   More...
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Madagascar & Comoros Islands
Submitted by roxy on 2007-06-08 06:55:14 (via www.angelfire.com)
Madagascar is definitely the opposite of what we take for granted in the big cities: laid-back villages, tropical sun and wild, unspoiled beaches… Doesn’t this look like heaven? But the most important are the people – always welcoming and smiling, the biggest blessing for a real vacation.
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