Would you journey into Africa?

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To be honest, I would take the risk of exploring one of the beautiful lands in the earth.

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In a heartbeat! I definitely have a bit of wanderlust, and I would just love to see Africa. All parts of it too, not just South Africa.
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I already live in Africa in Kenya more specifically. I would still love to travel to other countries within Africa.

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Yes I would love to, and explore the vastness of the lands ans enjoy fresh air
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Born in Africa I would love to be able to journey and explore all the other parts of our great continent

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Post by Katherine Smith »

I would love to journey across Africa because that is where humanity started and many great cultures have flourished there. Despite the current issues that they have, Africa is a rich and vibrant continent with many different tribal groups. My favorite things to do in Africa would be to see the ancient ruins and the wild animals.
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As an African, I would love to visit the places I've never been to and interact with the different cultures.

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As an African, I would love to visit the places I've never been to and interact with the different cultures.
"The minimum requirement for a dream is a safe place to lay your head."
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Post by Harrygx3 »

Absolutely! I would love to explore that beautiful continent and witness all its beauty. I would love to see how people live and what problems they face on their community and then go to see wild animals as close as possible. I belive it would be a life-changing experience.

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GPM wrote:Would you sail across the Atlantic through South Africa?

If I would be given the chance, I would love to. I imagine the author's experience to be amazing and exciting, despite some challenges.
Kudos to Tina Dreffin for her book which received many positive reviews for this book.
I think if given the chance, I would like to journey into Africa. As a biologist, this would be an amazing opportunity to see rich examples of flora and fauna that would be very different from those I have seen in the United States. I also would enjoy exploring the cultural and artistic differences between my home and what can be found throughout Africa.

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Yes, I would. I dream of seeing the valley of fruits named "Ceres".

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Yes, I would. I dream of seeing the valley of fruits named "Ceres".

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Post by Jax14 »

Luckily for me I already live here!

I have a brilliant journal that my grandfather kept of his journey from the UK to Egypt, and then the travels through Africa down to South Africa. Some absolutely amazing experiences and people...

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I'd have to get over the sailing bit, but I think anxiety aside it'd be fun to sail around the motherland.

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Post by Passyberyl »

Africa is the best place to be

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Post by Stapes »

I have lived in South Africa all my life and have not experienced most of what this great continent has to offer.

I would love to go up north to see more of the continent.

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Post by n-dai che »

oh, how I wish to be there in Africa despite of the negative comments I heard. I guess the nature looks beautiful and awesome.

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