Shades of Gray – Living as a Local in Cape Town, South Africa

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Authenticity doesn’t come without its challenges. Shannon Whitehead finds out first-hand while tackling Cape Town’s taxi system.

Market Mayhem in Luxor, Egypt

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Nothing beats the buzz of a local market and in a third world country it’s all the more thrilling. Missj takes us to the markets of Luxor.

Eight reasons to visit South Africa during the World Cup

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People from all over the world will converge on South Africa next year for the World Cup. Even if you aren’t a big soccer fan, Travis Clark thinks that it will be one of the premier travel events of 2010.

Angels in Africa – Kenya

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David Mensch had his rented vehicle break down on a deserted road in Kenya, and the help he and his family received has him wondering who it really was out there.

The White Desert – Egypt

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When traveling to Egypt, most people only go to visit the pyramids and other historical temples. A trip to the White Desert will not only give you a glimpse of the country’s rich history, you will actually feel like you are stepping back in time.

Bungee Adventure in Zambia – Zambia, Africa

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Victoria Falls, Zambia. Known as the Africa’s adventure capital, thrill seekers from around the world lock to this destination for excitement and adventure.

Safari: Botswana’s Wild Dogs – Africa

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Steve Brynes relates his first encounters with the African wild dog, a beautiful animal, whose population is declining.

Million Star Accommodation – Erg Chebbi, Morocco, Africa

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Suzanne Geudeke hops on a dromedary to explore the desert of Erg Chebbi, Morocco.

Guns on the Street, A Day in the Bush – Nelspruit, South Africa

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After the mugging in broad daylight, Derek William Bland goes on a safari and finds a lesson of humanity in the wonder of nature.

Safari in Botswana – Africa

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The question Rebekah Pothaar asks is: Are safaris
over-rated?