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Sampling the souks

Music, yelling, singing, more music, chanting and then the inevitable hustler whispering in my ear, “You want henna”. “Here look”, as I get handed a small photograph album. “Cheap, I’m

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Travelling Australia's Outback

Australia – the Outback, the Red Centre, the Never Never, beyond the Black Stump – descriptions of a remote, wild country outside the big cities such as Melbourne and Sydney. A journey from

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Stepping back to Dogon time

Visiting the Dogon country in Mali is taking a step back in time as is shown when visiting the "foxman", who solves people's problems using sticks and stones in an earthen square. Occurring at the end of 3 days spent walking through the Dogon villages, located at the rugged foot of the

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A Taste of Morocco

Morocco is a land of variety: from the color of Marrakesh to the meandering medina of Fes; from the rambling Saharan dunes to snow-capped mountains adorned with mud-house Berber villages. This article investigates some of the highlights of Morocco.

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