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Namibia's Harnas Wildlife Sanctuary: Noah's Ark in the Desert
Namibia:Cindy-Lou Dale visits a unique wildlife sanctuary in Namibia dedicated to preserving both wildlife and the culture of the Bushmen tribes.
GoNOMAD Photogallery: Namibia's Harnas Wildlife Sanctuary
Cindy-Lou Dale's photogallery of the Harnas Wildlife Sanctuary in Namibia.
Stalking the Wild Dik-Dik
Stalking the Wild Dik-Dik by Marie Javins
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Ecotourism in Kenya's Savannah
Kenya: Marie Javins writes about ecotourism on the savanna.
Paris-Dakar Bike Race: Fulfilling a Lifelong Dream
Two veteran bicyclists plan a race from Paris to Dakar, Morocco in the fall of 2006.
Volunteering in Kenya: From the Safari to the Relief Station
The author explains how volunteers can trade in package holidays for a chance to help people in need in drought-stricken Kenya and other countries.

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Behind Libya's Green Door
Jono David describes his 15-day visit to Libya.
Gorillas and Guerillas in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Congo: Cindy-Lou Dale travels to Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo to see some of the few mountain gorillas left on earth.
Madam, Have You Ever Really Been Happy?
Madam, Have You Ever Really Been Happy? An Intimate Journey through Africa and Asia follows the eight-month, solo trip of Meg Noble Peterson
South Africa's' Chacma Baboons In Danger of Extinction
South Africa: Lorna Thomas describes efforts to save the Chacma baboons of South Africa.
Mauritius: Sony's Secret Island Paradise
Sony Stark writes about the fourth port of call on her round-the-world voyage with Semester At Sea, the Island of Mauritius.
Dead Men Don't Leave Tips:
Dead Men Don't Leave Tips: Adventures Across Africa
Entering the Congo: "The Man With the Key is Dead"
Witt Sparks and a group of fellow travelers overcome red tape to reopen a border crossing from Gabon into the Republic of Congo.
South Africa: My Favorite Country So Far
Sony Stark writes about the third port of call on her round-the-world voyage with Semester At Sea, South Africa.
A Celebration in Luxor: A Little Humor Goes a Long Way
The author visits Luxor, Egypt, and attends a wedding party.
Yemen: Probably Safer Than Where You Live
David Rich explores the scenic, architechtural, and cultural attractions of Yemen, which has become a lot safer since September 11, 2001.
Namibia: Land of Neverending Color
Namibia: Cindy-Lou Dale experiences extraordinary scenery and wildlife in Namibia.
Experiencing Maasai Art and Culture
Beading off the beaten path: experiencing Maasai art and culture in Kenya.
Logging in the Congo
A descritption of logging in the Congo River Basin.
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