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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
Mayotte & Réunion: A Rendezvous With France in Africa
Submitted by lisa on 2007-06-08 06:53:39 (via
How can one describe Mayotte Island? An island in the Indian Ocean (good start, isn’t it?) with a population consisting of French, Indian Malaysian, Chinese and Comorian, with an excellent food and excellent conditions for tourism. Sweet happiness is all around you!!!
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Submitted by lisa on 2007-06-08 06:50:44 (via
What is so unique about Guinea Bissau? It is one of the few countries where you may be the only tourist in town. Another great thing is that apparently there is no pollution at all. Just for one reason: when you don't have a plastic bag, you can't throw it to the river. Thirdly, the purity and honesty of the people make GB a great country to visit.
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Guinea West Africa
Submitted by pablo on 2007-06-08 06:48:42 (via
What do you know about Guinea? It’s music, friendly people, the red earth and lush foliage. It’s simple pace of life, fresh fruit at the roadside markets, crusty French bread in the mornings. It’s countryside, broken down buses and chickens, dry dust, and cold bucket showers. Tell me if you find avything better for a vacation for the mind.
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Ghana,a totally different world: Accra, The Capital of Ghana
Submitted by bindero on 2007-06-08 06:44:49 (via
Accra is one of those cities you either love or hate; there is no "in between." It's noisydirty and polluted. Still, the people are so friendly and the sound of music is at every corner. These people can't stand when they hear music, so they start to dance with the first beat and you see shaking bodies everywhere. Just great!   More...
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Planet Baobab
Submitted by christine on 2007-05-11 04:36:31 (via
The "mud hut" chalets, basic but comfortable, grass huts, very basic, with a mud floor, hammock bed, and no windows or "en suite”, the mosquitoes are all the beauties of the Tanzanian common village. It is so basic, so archaically set up, and still, there are so many people willing to visit those remote places.
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Kariba Dam
Submitted by christine on 2007-05-11 04:31:03 (via
Here comes an article about the beauty of the Tanzanian landscape and typical adventure movies motifs telling about people trying to cross borders by boats, but not knowing yet about the famous dams on the Zambian river. Also, it is a story about the cutest little crocodiles grown in the Tanzanian crocodile farms:).
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Family safari vacation to the home of the Gods
Submitted by kahuki on 2007-05-07 10:59:29 (via
Safari to the Amboseli game reserve in Kenya is the ideal family and kids destination. Meet the masai tribesmen eager to share their culture and wildlife experiences.   More...
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Madagascar Was Magnificent
Submitted by Adele on 2007-05-04 11:19:53 (via
Madagascar may be the most wonderful country. The Malagasy people are warm and friendly, with brilliant smiles and great senses of humor. And their customs are as amazing. Do you know what would mean for you, if you were the resident of one of its villages and gave birth to twins? Amazing slowly changes to horrible…   More...
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Zomba & Blantyre
Submitted by Amber on 2007-05-04 10:44:32 (via
“Chingwe's Hole - there is a local legend that says that the hole is bottomless and it was once used as a burial chamber.” I imagine they didn’t place them on shelves. In a place like this, be prepared for whatever surprise.
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The Zimbabwe Ruins
Submitted by lisa on 2007-05-04 05:52:56 (via
The honeymoon begins! A wedding party in the Victoria Falls, this is so exotic! Especially if thinking that they spend a week in the Vic Falls preparing for the wedding, they did not have the time bare to visit the falls:). Instead, they will have the rememberings for the rest of their lives.   More...
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