Sunset in Masai

Top Tips for Travel in Africa

The Best Ways to Get Around Africa By Kent St. John Big and full of mystery and diversity, Africa is the second-largest continent, yet has only 10% of the world’s population. Over 1,000 different languages have been identified and countless tribes recognized. Africa is complex, yet simple, comfortable, yet peculiar, unique and a challenge to…

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Pigeon Point with the reef in the background, on Tobago. photo Cheryl Andrews Associates.

Tobago, West Indies

A Guide to Tobago, West Indies By Judette Coward WHERE Tobago is part of the twin-island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Cigar-shaped Tobago lies 21 miles northeast of Trinidad and covers 116 square miles of territory. WHY GO If Tobago had to be nicknamed, it would probably be called “Nature Island.” Custom-made for the eco-traveler,…

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Tasmanian Devil Unzoo near Hobart Tasmania.

Tasmania, Australia Guide

Tasmania, Australia: Remarkable Scenery, Four Separate Seasons By Norman Douglas WHERE An island state of Australia, At 26,200 square miles, Tasmania is roughly the size of Sri Lanka, and hangs off south-eastern Australia rather like Sri Lanka hangs off the south of the Indian sub-continent. Though legally part of Oz, it is often thought of…

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