Sand in every Orifice: The Sahara – Morocco, Africa

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Have you ever wanted to see what it's like to be a nomad and wander the desert on a camel? Sherry Ott describes her recent journey through the Sahara Desert where it rains sand.

An American in Morocco – Africa

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Ana Berry was glad she had come to this part of the world, and felt sad to leave it. Wonder why.

Why I Should Keep Quiet About the Mahale and Katavi National Parks of Western Tanzania – Africa

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Lenny Teytelman, overwhelmed by his experiences in Katavi and Mahale, finally discloses why western Tanzania should be your prime destination in East Africa.

A Great Tour Guide – Egypt, Africa

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Rob considers Ahmed, a tour guide in Egypt, to be an individual of high character, extremely knowledgeable of his country – even a friend.

Sahara Crossing – Africa

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Minefields, freight trains, moonlit truck rides and Mauritanian tea were some of the rich ingredients in Rachel Napoli’s Sahara crossing.

Remembering Elmina – Ghana, Africa

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Astrid Vinje's visit to Elmina Castle in Ghana reveals the disconnect that exists between history and the present.

Hey Mister: Wanna Ride A Camel? – Giza, Egypt, Africa

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Greg Rodgers manages to survive irritable camels, bad shisha and uniformed officials for one month in Egypt.

Guinea: Life During Wartime – Africa

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Julie Reimer fantasized about a relaxing week in Senegal. It was supposed to be a vacation from her normal life in Guinea, not part of an evacuation.

A Month in Senegal and the Gambia – Senegal, Gambia, Africa

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Rev. Stephen L. Johnson liked West Africa. It tested his patience and he met locals.

Safari: Kruger National Park – South Africa, Africa

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Luke Henry’s experience with the wild enables him to understand its enchantment, wonder and inspiration.