Morocco: Casablanca

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Desert Dunes – Namibia, Africa

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a walk in the desert

Kesse Buchanan finds a different kind

The Heart of Kumasi – Ghana, Africa

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Gayle Pescud vows to navigate West Africa's largest open air market alone. She accomplishes her mission and adds another one.

Silence Falls – Africa

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Philip Blazdell didn't want the balloon ride to end, but a small part of him smiled, knowing that Africa would always be waiting.

I Just Killed a Chicken – Malawi, Africa

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Dan Kobayashi, a city boy, goes to Malawi and rediscovers the family history of chicken farming.

What I Always Forget About Ghana – Africa

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When the lay preacher reveals an instrument that would make the most potent tiger nut chewing man blush, Gayle Pescud considers her options.

Travels in the Interior of Africa

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A relatively short ride in a Gambian bush taxi can be quite eventful, in an extremely slow kind of way. Bjørn Christian Tørrissen does recommend it, at least as a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Another Level of Travel – Southern Africa

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Jay Jacobson used 23 flights, 4 boats, 20 Land Rover Game Drives, 2 bicycle wheels and 2 feet to see South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbawbe and Senegal. Whew!

Experiencing and Writing about Disaster and Distress Worldwide: Part 2

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In this second part, John M. Edwards looks at adventure travel and its writers.

Experiencing and Writing about Disaster and Distress Worldwide: Part 1

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John M. Edwards considers recent trends in travel writing – edgy, sophisticated, self referential and darker.