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NAMIBIA | Thu, 10 Oct 2013 | By extraordinaryexperiences | Views  | Video
They say that you should do one thing each day that scares you. I couldn’t agree more. Or as I like to say, if not scares you, challenges you.
I love putting myself out of my comfort zone. Often. I find that each time I do, ... Read more >
Tags: action, adventure, africa, crash, fun, namibia, sandboarding, sports, swakopmund, travel
RWANDA | Mon, 7 Oct 2013 | By yvonnebooth | Views  | Video
As the plane descended into Kigali I expected the black night to be lit up by a soft orange haze, a mix of dust and exhaust fumes illuminated by street light pollution just like I've seen in most developing country cities that I've visited. I expected ... Read more >
Tags: africa, community, conservation, forest, golden monkey, gorilla, lodge, volcano
NAMIBIA | Mon, 30 Sep 2013 | By extraordinaryexperiences | Views  | Comments  | Video
Earlier this year, Sussan Mourad travelled to Namibia with the World Nomads film crew to explore Namibia. This is her story...
My experience of meeting the beautiful people of the nomadic Namibian Himba Tribe definitely was one of the most extraordinary, ... Read more >
Tags: africa, beauty, culture, dancing, just go, namibia, transformation, travel, tribes
TANZANIA | Sun, 29 Sep 2013 | By izzyabraham | Views 
Mountains are something to look up to; never did I think I’d be looking down on one. The highest one in Africa no less.
While flying to Addis Ababa, I did not expect to see one of nature’s treasures mid-air.
During the exceedingly uncomfortable ... Read more >
Tags: africa, flight, mount kilimanjaro, mountain, plane, tanzania
USA | Fri, 13 Sep 2013 | By honeyknuckles | Views  | Comments 
I’m enjoying my first ever sugar cane, straight from the cane. It was a gift from Frank’s uncle who I met in Urru village where his bibi (grandma) lives. He chopped it down for us as we made our way out of the trees to ... Read more >
Tags: africa, children, education, nonprofit
INDIA | Sat, 7 Sep 2013 | By ladyc | Views 
“But you said.....?”
Three little words that have never been uttered to me in India
In India talk is light, colourful and frivolous , like cappuccino froth, party balloons and washing up bubbles. Chatter is jovial, a pastime and a sport, ... Read more >
Tags: africa, culture, delhi, flirting, india, somaliland, tradition, women
AUSTRALIA | Sun, 25 Aug 2013 | By grahammac | Views  | Comments 
Sunday 25th August Dubai/ Nairobi
I had a 5 hour wait in Dubai Airport. For those of you who have never transitted through Dubai, it is a seething mass of humanity. Despite their new 3rd terminal there is a huge number of people and a bit of ... Read more >
Tags: africa, airport, dubai, harare, nairobi, visa
SOUTH AFRICA | Mon, 12 Aug 2013 | By joytranae | Views  | Comments 
I'm experiencing so much that journaling once a week isn't possible, so I'll be posting 3 times a week.
This past weekend was great. Here they celebrate Women's Day (which I love) so all of the schools were closed on Friday.... Read more >
Tags: africa, children, mandela, robben island, school, south africa, sunrise, tour
SOUTH AFRICA | Thu, 8 Aug 2013 | By joytranae | Views  | Comments 
This trip has been amazing so far. I'm volunteering with an organization called Dreams to Reality. The organization benefits children and families who live in the local townships. The township is a very poor area that consists of shanties. Shanties ... Read more >
Tags: africa, capetown, cold, muizenberg, rain, south africa, teach, volunteer, wet, winter
UGANDA | Fri, 5 Jul 2013 | By although_poverty | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry
My name is Sarit saliman, i'm from Israel, I really love to travel the world, almost every year I'm going to photographs in other countries, I traveled to Africa Uganda, Cappadocia Turkey, Romania, Georgia, Greece.
I enjoy the colors and smells, to know ... Read more >See all 5 photos >>
Tags: africa, child, children, joy, nature, photography, poverty, third world, traveling, trip visit
NAMIBIA | Tue, 2 Jul 2013 | By subranu | Views 
How can one visit a place in Africa and not love it? It is highly impossible and even if it is, I would probably assume that that one person is insane.
My visit to Namibia was a short one, literally. I was there for 4 days, but ... Read more >
Tags: africa, beach, namibia, photography, sea, swakopmund, tourism, travel, walvis bay, windhoek
MALAWI | Sat, 29 Jun 2013 | By sabahsjourney | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry
I study BA Media Communication at London University of the Arts. I have a strong bond with photography.
Whenever I decide to capture something, I strongly believe that the focus is BEAUTIFUL. Although I'm not a professional, this belief has gained me ... Read more >See all 5 photos >>
Tags: adventure, africa, children, communities, culture, excitement, malawi, people, third-world, world
SOUTH AFRICA | Thu, 27 Jun 2013 | By vvone | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry
I'm Eve, from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Since I can remember, I always fantasize to capture moments with just the blink of my eyes. With the passing of the years, I learned to do this with a camera, and then... never stop.
This scholarship puts together ... Read more >See all 5 photos >>
Tags: africa, afro, corn, dog, farm, karen blixen, mpumalanga, scholarship, southafrica, wild
SENEGAL | Sun, 26 May 2013 | By studiozanzibar | Views 
My 8th day in Senegal. I intended to post something sooner but it's taken a week for me to begin to process the sensory overload that is Africa. It throws us toubabs off balance. The smells, blazing sun, dust, garbage, ... Read more >
Tags: africa, artist in residence, dakar, fishing, senegal, st. louis, waaw
GUINEA | Fri, 24 May 2013 | By justice1111 | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry
Before leaving on my African overland adventure, I bought a recommended SLR camera. It served me very well for what I knew about photography at that time. I took many photos and most of them are good. Some of them are very good. A few are very, very ... Read more >See all 5 photos >>
Tags: africa, afrika, cote divoire, guinea, man, overlanding, stilt dancing
RUSSIAN FEDERATION | Fri, 29 Mar 2013 | By r8chel | Views 
I’ve been to Hostel “Africa”. In this particular area there is something like three or four buildings of students, and in each usually a floor of foreigners who are generally all coloured. The foreigners and Russians don’t mix ... Read more >
Tags: africa, austrian, chinese, racism, russia
MOROCCO | Sat, 23 Feb 2013 | By happy2bhomeless | Views 
There are two things I remember about my visit last year to the little fishing port of Cassis in Southern France. The first, is the beauty, peace, quiet, and warmth of the December sun. Is that more than one thing, already ? As they ... Read more >
Tags: africa, arabic, cats, gates, guide, morocco, tanger, tangiers
USA | Sun, 13 Jan 2013 | By ku-potea | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry
I have always been interested in the moment of the encounter. At the age of ten, I began taking improvisation and theatre games at the Piven Theatre Workshop. It was there I learned to act upon impulse, take risks, to find my commitment to the moment.... Read more >See all 5 photos >>
Tags: africa, catherine, clean, lynch, travel, water
SUDAN | Mon, 7 Jan 2013 | By brianceci | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry
My name is Brian Ceci and I'm from Vancouver, Canada. I've been traveling on and off for the last six years, starting with a 9 month trip to Australia in 2006. I love to travel. It is a melodic, emotional experience for me in every way. I feel that ... Read more >See all 5 photos >>
Tags: africa, east africa, ngo, obakki, south sudan, sudan, water well
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