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Zuleika

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  • Added on: November 21st, 2009
mmmm - that one doesnt work - Christopher - it has to begin with the last letter of the previous place!
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Haci Richard

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  • Added on: November 29th, 2009
Here's one that does:

Djibouti(جيبوتي), Djibouti

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"it is the sedentary capital of a nomadic people, an African city designed like a European settlement and a kind of French Hong Kong in the Red Sea." according to LP, anyway.
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How about Isla de la Bahias, better known to us as the Honduran Bay Islands, I think many of us did our SCUBA diving certification there.
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Nomadic Nigel

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St Kilda, a stunning little area of Melbourne. I have visited there a few times now and again later this year!

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  • Added on: June 29th, 2010
Azerbaijan.

I only want to go because the name is fun to say.
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Nomadic Nigel

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  • Added on: June 30th, 2010
Nfehi.


Nfehi is a small township off the beaten track. I got to it from the road from Essaouria to Marrakech. Not sure why I did it but I decided that a little detour off the main road and through the country would be a good idea. I came across Nfehi as I made my way, the long way, to Marrakech. The little village shows what rural Morrocco is like for many families. Very little to do, abject poverty and squalor. I know that makes the place sound horrific but despite rubbish piled up in the streets, open sewage systems and women washing clothes in clearly contaminated streams the locals could not have been more pleasant. They were genuinely shocked and delighted to see a tourist in their little village. On leaving the village you climb through the lower atlas region into some stunning views.
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Wild Jasmyne

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  • Added on: July 11th, 2010
Ifrane, Morocco

I haven't been, but I have been to Morocco which is a gorgeous country that I can't wait to see again!! This, interestingly, is a SKI town.. in Morocco! It has Swiss chalets, the works. Even a small upper-class college!
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  • Added on: July 12th, 2010
Staying on the Moroccan theme here. There is a place on the Atlantic coast about an hour and a half North of Agadir. It is a small walled fishing town by the name of

Essaouira

Gorgeous place but very windy.

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  • Added on: July 12th, 2010
I was tempted to say "Andalasia" like in Enchanted, but let's go with Alsace-Lorraine instead.
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Wild Jasmyne

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  • Added on: July 21st, 2010
Just to keep the ball rolling with this one, gonna go with Entebbe, Uganda. The official capital has a small town feel right next to the docks of Lake Victoria. You fly in here, usually pass straight through but the chill atmosphere warrants a couple days.

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Echternach, Luxemburg. Lovely little town. I read somewhere it's the most touristy place in all of Luxemburg, and it obviously is touristy, but not so much that it becomes annoying or you can't even tell which country you're in anymore. Been there three times and wouldn't mind going again right away, both for the natural surroundings and the town itself.

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  • Added on: July 28th, 2010
I'll say Heidelberg, Germany then.

Hope it hasn't been named before. Touristy place I know, but I still like it and I get there a lot for business reasons.

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Grand Canyon.

It's this big hole in the ground somewhere in the states..

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Wandering Africa for a year in Search of Sunsets.

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Niamey. Niger's capital on the Niger river.

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  • Added on: July 29th, 2010
Yakouta, Burkina Faso

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Small Fulani village on the shore of a lake. Perfect daytrip from Dori, my husband's home town. Went there the first time when I was just recovering from malaria and wasn't up to any further travel yet, the second time on my last trip to Burkina, when there was no electricity in Dori and we couldn't get cold drinks anywhere. And as Yakouta doesn't have regular electricity supply anyway, they have alternative sources and we could get cold drinks there :D
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