Morocco in living color: Donnie Sexton presents a photo gallery of images showing the dramatic colors of Fez, Marrakech and Casablanca, Morocco.
Africa is so big and has so many cultures, it defies description. One can only safely talk about the individual nations, who themselves are divided up from ancient tribes.
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During WW2, Casablanca was a large staging area for all American aircraft and the setting for the classic Hollywood love story. To take advantage of the publicity surrounding the Allied invasion of North Africa, Hollywood hastened the release of the motion picture.
Senegal: Inside a 60,000 seat stadium, elaborate preparation and swagger as two contestants enter the ring for La Lutte, or The Struggle, a popular sport in West Africa.
Mafia Island is located off the coast of Tanzania, not as famous as its neighbor Zanzibar, but full of interesting beaches and migrating turtles to observe.
A trip on a decrepit railroad line between Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya, which was dubbed “The Lunatic Line,” and has been replaced by a modern train.
A journey to the Island in the Sky: Africa’s Uluru, Mount Mulanje By Matthew Sterne It was in Cape Maclear that I first heard about the Island in the Sky. We were sitting on the deck of the guesthouse watching the sun setting over Lake Malawi when a girl at my table started describing her […]
Climbing to the Roof of Africa, Kilimanjaro in Tanzania By Jessie Waack There are those times in life when you lay a challenge before yourself with the unwavering belief that you will finish it. My journey started last year when I decided to climb Kilimanjaro – The Roof of Africa. There is nothing more daunting […]
My Dance Macabre Among the Fetish Healers of Togo By Edward Placidi It was a ghoulish and gruesome scene in the doctor’s office. I was visiting the Fetish healers there. Hundreds of carcasses splayed on the ground. Row after row of heads and other body parts arranged on tables. Spines, legs, arms and other skeletal […]
After Retirement, this Couple Hit the Road. Their favorite place? Algeria By Anna Levine Abandoning the comfort and security of a typical retirement, a couple travels through the most isolated parts of the world. Songs of the Baka is their story. After their retirement, Dennis James and Barbara Grossman decide to travel where tour buses […]