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Tanzania Explained Some Notes

Most Safaris in Tanzania are usually based around the popular northern circuit of National Parks, which will typically include Tarangire, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti and Lake Manyara. Kilimanjaro is also in the North of Tanzania and the wonderful We
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Questions and Answers for Climbing Kilimanjaro

There is only room here to cover this subject in brief; bellow are a few questions commonly asked about climbing Kilimanjaro.
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Kilimanjaro The Shinning Mountain

Kilimanjaro is Africa's largest volcano and it is probably the most beautiful, the most fascinating volcano the world has to offer. The word Kilimanjaro is derived from Swahili and means the Shining Mountain. The Germans have a long history in T
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The Different Types of Safari Explained

If you are looking at booking a safari for the first time you may be bewildered at how many different types of safari are available. There are many different grades and types of safaris, but it is not so difficult it is really a case of budget; in ot
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Castles Along The Rhine

The Rhine River is one of Germany's most popular tourist attractions. This famous river has been at the heart of German history for centuries, dating back to at least Roman times. In fact the river marked the eastern frontier of the Roman Empire
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Cancun Beach Being Restored At A Record Pace

When Hurricane Wilma swept through Cancun last October the mighty winds stripped away 8 miles of some of the most beautiful sandy beach in the world. Everyone from Mexican President Vincente Fox down to the local residents knew that the beach had to
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Avignon Great City Of The Popes

Avignon, an enticing medieval town in southern France, is found in the region of Provence. At times referred to as city of the popes, Avignon was sanctuary for nine such men who sought reprieve from the hostilities of Rome. Once established, these il
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Antarctica: Ultimate Wilderness

In the distance something stirs. A drifting polar bear searches for food on the edge of camp. Despite the presence of the huge beast, the men are in little danger. The guns take care of that. It is rare for a bear to wander so close. She must be hung
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A Cornish Pilgrimage - Falmouth

The road veers right and begins the steady climb to the heady heights of Pendennis Point. My modest car huffs and puffs as traffic files patiently behind me. A barrier to my left clouds the seascape and the temptation to peep is too immense. I stop t
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10 Must-Dos When In Monte Carlo

Home to the rich and famous, Monte Carlo exudes style and panache. The locals walk the paths with a swagger; you can smell the affluence. The town is a charming blend of chic city living and wonderful sun-kissed beaches. Monte Carlo is a compact city
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Birds by National Parks of Tanzania

Bellow is very brief commentary on what birds you will expect to find in the more accessible and popular National Parks of Tanzania; that is from the birders point of view. You wont find an exhalable list of birds as there is not room here and that
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What Makes Tanzania so Special

Unique and the well worn-out phrase off the beaten track have become not only mildly annoying but I think we have become immune to there supposed power to seduce and romance us into booking almost any vacation you may read about. It seems as if eve
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Some lesser-known Tanzania Destinations

So unknown is the destination of Lake Jipe not even many Tanzanians know of its existence or location. This lovely lake is sandwiched between the stunning Pare Mountains and the majestic Kilimanjaro. This small lake [30 km sq] and straddles the borde
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Mbeya in South West Tanzania

Mbeya seems so far away from every other place in Tanzania and as a result this lovely African town and surrounding highlands tends to get shunned. Mbeya is about 860km south-west of Dar es Salaam and close by are the borders of Malawi and Zambia.
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Diving in and around Zanzibar

Zanzibar archipelago comes to us from a history of powerful trading links with Arabia and Persia; Zanzibar Island provided the gateway for slavers, gold, ivory, wood, spices, glass, and textiles. Early in the 16th century the Portuguese arrived, at w
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Eclectic Barcelona What a Blast

Barcelona is one of my favorite cities in Europe. From a general liveliness to museums to attractions, Barcelona has it all and definite eclectic flare.
Submitted by Richard Chapo - April 05 2006  Viewed: 5340.
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A Hiking Guide to Easter Island

Ask me which Pacific island has the most to offer hikers and I'll probably answer Easter Island. Here on an island 11 km wide and 23 km long you'll find nearly a thousand ancient Polynesian statues strewn along a powerfully beautiful coastl
Submitted by David Stanley - April 05 2006  Viewed: 5298.
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Air Travel With Your Pit Bull Terrier Dog

Being well prepared before traveling with your Pit Bull is crucial to having a good trip, especially if he will be going on an airplane with you. There are several things you will need so that your Pit Bull is allowed to board the plane, and many thi
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The Amazonas of Peru

We caught a plane from St. Paul, Minnesota to Chicago, an early morning flight, one day in late February 2006.
Submitted by Dennis Siluk - April 03 2006  Viewed: 6065.
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The Many Styles of Luggage

Like clothing, luggage comes in many styles, sizes, and shapes. Most styles of luggage now come equipped with wheels. There are wheeled carry-on bags. Duffel bags also are equipped with wheels.
Submitted by Jerry Smith - April 03 2006  Viewed: 5055.
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