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· September, 2008

Stories about Travel from September, 2008

Iraq: Erbil Visit

Dominica, U.S.A.: Financial Crunch

Egypt: Kidnapped Tourists Freed

Nineteen people, including foreign tourists, kidnapped in Egypt 10 days ago have been freed. Egyptian bloggers react.

Bangladesh: Five layered tea

Angola: A new African El Dorado for foreign workers

Since the end of the civil war in 2002, Angola has been home to many foreigners coming to find work. It is estimated that there are over 70,000 foreigners living...

Cuba: Back to Normal?

Japan: Photos from Iriomote

Japan: Nakayama comment on expansion of Narita Airport

South Korea: Essay Contest on “Why is Dokdo Korean Territory?”

Russia: Trezvost'/Sobriety

Russia: Sakhalin Salmon

Albania: EU's Visa Regime Liberalisation

Cuba: Access Denied

Tanzania: Pedestrians’ tales

Central Europe: Cheap Travel

Poland: Krakow, Now and Then

The Balkans: Driving Through Bosnia

Iran: Remembering Rasoulov, a Passionate Artist

Mohsen Rasoulov, a passionate Iranian photographer, artist, cartoonist and photo-blogger was one of 68 passengers who lost their lives when an Iran-bound Boeing 737 crashed at the end of August...

Ukraine, Russia: Kvas

Russia: “Stirka” Bar in St. Pete

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