Morocco

<b>Tunisia maybe Algeria and Libya, Morocco</b><br>
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Why not? When I lived in Egypt in 1992 and 1993, I wanted to travel overland to Tunisia to visit friends. Once in Tunisia, I wanted to take the coastal route to Morocco through Algeria but couldn't. The closest I got was a desert outpost on the Tunisian side in the northwest desert.<br>
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A couple of friends want to go to Egypt in 2009, so I've been thinking why not take my old trip in reverse and meet up with my friends. I think I may have to do it soon before the world falls into the next global conflagration.<br>
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--Jeraldine Neel, Denver<br>
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<i>Pictured: Koutoubie mosque in Marrakech, Morocco</i>
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( Riad Al Moussika )

Tunisia maybe Algeria and Libya, Morocco

Why not? When I lived in Egypt in 1992 and 1993, I wanted to travel overland to Tunisia to visit friends. Once in Tunisia, I wanted to take the coastal route to Morocco through Algeria but couldn't. The closest I got was a desert outpost on the Tunisian side in the northwest desert.

A couple of friends want to go to Egypt in 2009, so I've been thinking why not take my old trip in reverse and meet up with my friends. I think I may have to do it soon before the world falls into the next global conflagration.

--Jeraldine Neel, Denver

Pictured: Koutoubie mosque in Marrakech, Morocco

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