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Appreciation

Tue, 25 Feb 2014 | By domzworld | Views [211]

Dr. M. really put some thought into making this opportunity thorough for me. Along with the following proposed itinerary there's hopes of visiting the diamond mine and police station. Much to my surprise, Dr. M. enlightened me about how different the ... Read more >

The Journey to Botswana

Mon, 24 Feb 2014 | By domzworld | Views [139]

When I woke up around 4:30am on Friday Feb 21, 2014 in Glendale, I was stricken with anxiety/panic over the fact that I'd be taken off to Africa for 3 weeks. I began hyperventilating as the shuttle rang they were there to pick me up. As much as I was ... Read more >

The intersection between Traditional & Bio-contemporary Healing

Mon, 3 Mar 2014 | By domzworld | Views [97]

When I proudly mentioned to Kopo that I was on my way to meet with a traditional healer, she was shocked and informed me I shouldn't tell people that's what I was going to do. As if it's a dirty, little secret she shares with me the taboo surrounding ... Read more >

City Tour

Fri, 28 Feb 2014 | By domzworld | Views [69]

I spent the day on a city tour with Tendai from Maroon Tour Company (recommended by Doc). He took me around all aspects of the city, providing history and discussing social dilemmas. Sadly, we visited a part of the city which was highly disappointing ... Read more >

Black Out!!

Thu, 27 Feb 2014 | By domzworld | Views [65]

Ahhhhh, Haiti!!! Oh wait, I'm still in Gaborone! So today was a very laid back day. Once again, waking up at 3am, unable to go back to sleep, I sat around surfing the net and pretty much being mindless, waiting for doc to come take me with her on her ... Read more >

"Visiting Scholar"

Wed, 26 Feb 2014 | By domzworld | Views [59]

Wednesday was a very productive day!!! I was checked out of the Mondior by 8:30am, ready for Doc to come to pick me up around. She had supervision with a student at 9am so I wandered around the campus people watching. My summation of UB is that it's ... Read more >

I love adventures and exploration of the world

Thu, 24 Apr 2014 | By tiboza | Views [57] | Scholarship Entry

I love travelling, and the reason why I love travelling is because I believe we human being have been created to see the world, we all deserve a chance to explore our world and enjoy its wonders, I have explored my country and seen the beauties of nature, ... Read more >

Tags: 2014 Travel Writing Scholarship - Euro Roadtrip

Rainy Season

Sat, 1 Mar 2014 | By domzworld | Views [54]

I woke up to the sound of rain drops and what I thought were pigeons but instead were monkeys. Rain, rain, rain! I definitely didn't want it to go away. After I ate the breakfast Ma Margaret prepared for me, I headed out for a walk. I had intended it ... Read more >

That African Girl

Thu, 15 May 2014 | By juneseisa | Views [53]

  The first time i saw the clouds beneath me...was the first time i ever travelled in an airplane. December 2013. So many emotions raced up and down my petite body.. i was smiling, next thing im crying then the next im laughing alone, much to ... Read more >

Botswana

Fri, 5 Sep 2014 | By lipowcan8 | Views [51]

Another 20 short hours on the bus. InterCape bus company is the bus line I've used for the long haul in Africa. It's been pretty good, reasonably priced and they're going to the places that I want to go to. The one odd thing about the company is the ... Read more >

Twenty 2

Sat, 10 May 2014 | By angelamatroos | Views [46] | Scholarship Entry

TWENTY 2 So many times travelled, I could almost in my absence tell you where every tree was placed, the road to freedom, that’s what I call it. Although freedom lies only on the one end where to most, that are animals adapted to the concrete jungles, ... Read more >

Tags: 2014 Travel Writing Scholarship - Euro Roadtrip

Refreshing Walks

Wed, 21 May 2014 | By mido_wanderlust | Views [44]

There is something quite fascinating about taking a walk and letting your feet lead the way. There is a bridge just five minutes from my home and whenever life weighs me down and makes me lose my marbles a bit i like to call my bestfriend who lives ten ... Read more >

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Lady Lioness: She is Here

Wed, 14 May 2014 | By giladlevanon | Views [40] | Scholarship Entry

The click and hiss of Noam’s beer can was more enticing than any commercial. In the arid Kalahari, the experience of anything even vaguely cool was a luxury. Our modest car fridge could hold little more than a six-pack. Each beer was ritually announced ... Read more >

Tags: 2014 Travel Writing Scholarship - Euro Roadtrip

Foot Prints of a Dhlodhlo

Tue, 22 Apr 2014 | By dhlodhlo | Views [40] | Scholarship Entry

In the midst of self discovery, I have decided to Explore Europe. This is part of making a mark in my heart and my life. Travel makes me whole, travel makes me feel good and alive. Africa has been explored and the task is still to be completed; it is ... Read more >

Tags: 2014 Travel Writing Scholarship - Euro Roadtrip

Photos: Limpopo Horse Safari

Fri, 11 Jul 2014 | By basse | Photo Gallery

Photo from horse back
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Photos: Friends and Travel

Wed, 21 May 2014 | By mido_wanderlust | Photo Gallery

Me and my friends and our adventures.
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Passport & Plate - Sour Sorghum Meal with Bean Leaf Stew and Chicken

Wed, 12 Mar 2014 | By missbonolo | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Ingredients Makes for 2. Sour Sorghum Meal: Sorghum meal Sour milk Bean Leaf Stew: Dried bean leaves Carrots (chopped) Onions (diced) Tomatoes (diced) Green/Yellow/Red Peppers (diced) Packet soup - Beef and Tomato flavour Salt Cooking oil Fried ... Read more >
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Photos: Cape to Falls

Tue, 24 Dec 2013 | By yvonnebooth | Photo Gallery

Overland adventure from Cape Town to Victoria Falls - The Botswana Chapter
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Photos: Botswana

Fri, 5 Sep 2014 | By lipowcan8 | Photo Gallery


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Beautiful Botswana

Tue, 4 Nov 2014 | By timhalsteadphotography | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I'm a photographer who is currently stuck in the world of club and event photography for a few different companies, however my passions are wildlife and travel. I have been lucky enough to travel overseas to Costa Rica and Africa on volunteer projects, ... Read more >
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Tags: 2014 Travel Photography Scholarship

Photos: My Scholarship entry - Southern Africa

Thu, 6 Nov 2014 | By nkozel | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

It is difficult to write why I should be chosen as I am and always have been quite bashful about my photography. I started shooting when I was very young, about 5 years old. And I always continued to photograph throughout adulthood, but almost always ... Read more >
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Portraits of villagers

Mon, 10 Nov 2014 | By aubreytseleng | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I have taught art in Botswana for the past 15 years. Now aged 40 I would like to do something personal. I have graduated with a first class pass in Photography (major) in 2010 from University of cape town. Although I'm a professional photographer I need ... Read more >
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Tags: 2014 Travel Photography Scholarship

Survival in Southern Africa

Fri, 21 Nov 2014 | By rosaliehayes | Flickr Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

A few years ago, photography became more to me than just pressing the shutter. I’d taken a photo, but not captured what I'd seen: where were the smells, sensations, thoughts, feelings? Since then, I've been striving to pour everything I experience into ... Read more >
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Tags: 2014 Travel Photography Scholarship

Photos: My Scholarship entry - An African Experience

Sun, 23 Nov 2014 | By buddingtravelphotographer | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I'm 16 years old and living in Wellington, New Zealand; who, like most 16 year olds, is studying at school. However, one of my chosen subjects at school this year has been photography and I recently received an award for first in subject for my year group ... Read more >
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From small to big.

Sun, 23 Nov 2014 | By angelika | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I climbed Volcan de Pacaya after my internship at NASA and decided to focus on photography after graduating college last year. It was astronomical photography that got me into the art of photography. My father is an amateur astronomer and I am probably ... Read more >
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