Africa Archives - Page 10 of 18 - My Family Travels
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Nigeria

My name is Chigozilim Udonna Menakaya and I am a Nigerian-American. Whenever I tell somebody this, they’re always like, “please, there's no such thing as a Nigerian-American. Either you’re Nigerian...

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Custom Itinerary: 75th Birthday Celebration That’s Cheaper by the Dozen

Q.  Cynthia B of New York City asks "Can you help me plan a vacation to celebrate my 75th birthday? I would like to travel with my family...

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African Safaris Welcome Families

Safari companies in South Africa and Kenya open their doors to families seeking adventure with children of all ages. Safari, or “travel” in Swahili, is no longer limited to adventure-seeking...

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Pins on a Map: A Family’s Yearlong Journey Around the World

Pick up this charming memoir by David Boesch and join his family of five on their enlightening one-year, 6-continent, 17-country journey.   The kids (ages 7, 10 and 13) helped select...

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Custom Itinerary: Volunteering Vacation with Older Teens

Q: Andy L. of Conneticuit has decided that it's high time his kids learned something about the value of money. He's decided to take them on a volunteer trip so they can do some work with their...

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Tours Combine Adventure and Volunteering

If you enjoy adventure and helping others, and you're looking for ideas for your next vacation, then Adventure Center might have the answer for you.  Adventure...

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When Will We See The Pyramids Again?

The questions as to when travel to Egypt will resume, and Egyptian itineraries re-established are big ones among the decision makers in the US travel and tourism industry, and are being discussed daily. The...

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Tourism to Egypt Snapshot

Call it the Digital Revolution become Political.The “Jasmine Revolution” that ousted Tunisian ruler Zine Ben Ali spread with uncanny speed to Tahrir Square, the  heart and soul...

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Untroubling Tunisia: Waiting for Travel and Democracy

The thirty or so countries that make up the Arab world are not known for enlightened or progressive  leadership.But it was not always so.In the Middle Ages...

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