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Africa Wilderness with a capital W ! Paradise like landscapes, the Kilimandjaro and the Nile, huts and victorian architecture. Africa is a crossroads of civilizations, the land before time.

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Old 09-29-2004, 08:17 AM   #1
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Hey gang, just made a run into the "real" Great Saharan Desert last weekend (not just the bordering arid plateaus where I live). Wow those dunes are HUGE.

For the whole story check out the latest log on my page (No, there's no ads, I don't make any money, I just don't want to retype a bunch of stuff or make this a huge post)

The story is here:
http://www.rollanet.org/~centuri/log.html

The pictures are here:
http://www.rollanet.org/~centuri/pictures.html


Definitely a recommended run.

Rob

Oh, P.s. Mods, please don't move this to another category if you can avoid it. I get nothing but really slow internet and it's a real pain to go looking for where my post went -this- time
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awesome, verstehen!! I'm so envious-- please keep giving us updates.
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Hi there Rob! There's some really sweet pics there, you have an eye for that stuff. How cool was Merzouga? Ill keep reading your site for further updates, go our man in africa!

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Rob, this is really great stuff...keep the updates coming. We're living vicariously through you...

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