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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
Benghazi - Eclipse Camp
Submitted by bindero on 2007-03-30 07:19:46 (via
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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A Day with Tika
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-03-30 06:17:17 (via
Although is more about a day spend with people, Tika was an important figure still. The experiences, moments, lessons, laughter, surprises she helped experience are countless. And priceless.   More...
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Bicycling Tour of Senegal
Submitted by ManjaB on 2007-03-16 16:27:56 (via
A beautiful story by two middle-aged people who bicycled in this wonderful country for 5 weeks. Because of this way of travelling, they had interesting and moving contacts with the local population.   More...
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In Search of the Silky Sifaka
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-03-15 08:32:43 (via
This is a luxurious trip to Madagascar to discover its wealth of wildlife: rainbow chameleon, daring lemurs, "three-eyed" lizards, fluffy Silky Sifakas, curious indris and a lot of other interesting fauna representatives.
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Hurghada, Egypt
Submitted by christine on 2007-02-22 07:49:02 (via
No more than a fishing village fifteen years ago, Hurghada is now a city of forty thousand, whose big bang growth is attributable to just one thing: tourism. Although you may be annoyed by honking taxi drivers, sleazy date-seekers and insistent souvenir vendors, just a wider view on the beauties of Hurghada makes you forever love it!   More...
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One Day in Swaziland
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-02-21 06:17:53 (via
Reading this will touch you in a different way. One day in Swaziland will make you quiet by the end and thinking that was too much. It simply puts life values in a different perspective and confirms that having a happy life is pretty much dependant on how you look at it. This is one thing I like about traveling around to different places.   More...
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Africa Travelogue: Tanzania!
Submitted by pablo on 2007-02-20 06:55:55 (via
“After sunset, the camp erupted with a plethora of animal sounds. The forest adjacent to the river had come alive. We listened intently as each roar came closer to us. Under other circumstances, I would have been happy that my tent, at the end of the row, was the one farthest from the main camping area”. Safari…deadly scaring…, but worth it!   More...
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Africa Travelogue: Rwanda!
Submitted by bindero on 2007-02-09 06:45:54 (via
This article contains everything I would like to read about an African country. It’s all just so different and interesting there. Children staring at white men and running behind the car, crying “bottle!”, gorillas showing interest to cameras and farting so strong to delimitate the territory, traditional dances…Magnificent adventure!   More...
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The Shadows of Old Africa
Submitted by Adele on 2007-02-09 02:13:18 (via
Amazing how at beginning of 21st century the lifestyle and habits of some African tribes folks have remain unchanged for years: the women practice of lower lips extension, the ritual of painting patterns on their faces and bodies and the constant fighting between tribes over water and pasture-grounds for the cattle, now using AK-47s rifles…   More...
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Camel Trekking in Timbuktu
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-02-02 08:37:45 (via
People get fascinated about different things when traveling to a certain destination. This time the remarkable thing to fall for was the desert: the khaki sand dunes, the olive scrubland and the light blue sky, all in this camel rocking rhythm combined with the deadening effect of the sand sucking up all the sound around.   More...
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