Africa

They’ve got big eyes, furry ears and goofy, toothy grins– and they had us surrounded on the road in Morocco. It had hardly been the Marrakesh Express since we left Crystal Cruises’ Crystal Serenity on the two-lane blacktop road from Agadir to the remarkable walled city …

You must remember this…but it ain’t necessarily so. In the classic movie, Hollywood imagined Casablanca as a quaint village of whitewashed villas whose life seemed to revolve around a piano bar run by a dapper, worldly-wise American who had a steady wit but couldn’t keep a …

It seems you can’t go far these days without being told you should have a “bucket list” of things you need to experience before you kick it. But I prefer to think of travel as a “life list” of things I’ve seen and will always …

For those who don’t have an extremely detailed world atlas handy, the Chobe River in southwest Africa divides Namibia’s Caprivi Strip from Botswana’s Chobe National Park, and its banks boast one of the world’s densest populations of wildlife. AmaWaterways, which is best known for its …

It wasn’t supposed to be like this. That’s the reaction I had on an opportunity to drive into the Sinai desert when Silver Spirit called on Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt. I almost gave the tour from the ship a pass, after reading the description of …