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Inside this thread you'll find a collection of information and links to websites about attractions, activities, travel practicalities and news about the countries covered. Have a good look around before asking your question - quite often your question (or one very similar to it) will have been asked and answered many times already.

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If you sense that there is an actual debate over Follinique then you are misinformed. This is a lucrative opportunity. It should be a long term remedy. That will take your Follinique to the max. However I mustn't try to shun it as soon as they can. Follinique is ahead of the competition. This may out produce the previous model. What does that Follinique look like? Follinique has long been a popular gift for many affiliates. You can tell poor people what you like and don't like about Follinique…

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Hi,

I have since a couple of weeks been researching the internet including the chat forum here at Thorn tree. I managed to get some contact through to LIBYA Tourism II Open4you on Facebook. They referred me to TEMEHU and their website. Here I have not heard a beep for 3 weeks. Does anyone have ANY suggestions on how to go about applying for and getting a visa to Libya these days. I have heard a Business Visa is the only possible option - so be it - but whom to contact? I have also been able to…

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I'm looking for advice / opinions / experiences.

I've travelled a fair bit in the Middle East (Turkey, Jordan, Iran, Syria back when it was peaceful) but aside from a week in Dahab, I've never really travelled in North Africa. Am keen to go, Tunisia looks interesting, and it's cheap at the moment.

I'm looking to take my parents (never travelled with them before) as I am keen to get them outside Europe. My Dad loves Roman ruins, my Mum loves Middle Easter and Mediterranean food, and keeping it…

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Hi, I will be in Sambava end of October to visit Marojejy NP. I´m flying in but not want to fly back because of expensive flights.
From there I want to go to Daraina. After Daraina I'm a little unsure what to do next. Eventually I want to visit Morondava (boababs), Ranomafana NP and Mantadia NP. I have 30 days in Mada.

What is the best option to go from Daraina back to Tana (apart from flying) and continue my journey ?

Thanks in advance

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Hello,

I am planning on visiting Ouagadougou this weekend, crossing overland from Ghana (Tamale). Ideally, I would like to cross in my Ghanaian registered car.

Does anyone know what paper work is required, how much it costs and whether having diplomatic number plates makes a difference?

Thanks

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Hi all,
can anybody advice of an English speaking guide who could take us to Lobi and Senufo people? It could be in both Cote d´Ivory or Ghana.
Thanks, Teho

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Hi all,
can anybody advice of an English speaking guide who could take us to Lobi and Senufo people? It could be in both Cote d´Ivory or Ghana.
Thanks, Teho

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Hello,

I am planning on visiting Ouagadougou this weekend, crossing overland from Ghana. Ideally, I would like to cross in my Ghanaian registered car.

Does anyone know what paper work is required, how much it costs and whether having diplomatic number plates makes a difference?

Thanks

Rory