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Transitions Abroad Magazine November/December 1999 Vol. XXIII, No. 3

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Features

Travel In Africa

In West Africa Take the Bus

Letter From Africa

An Eretrian Monastery in the Clouds by Louis Werner

Greek Island Hopping

Do It off Season by Sandra Downs

Living in Kassos by Roberta Beach Jacobson

Special Issue

Sustainable Tourism in the Galapagos

Responsible Travel Resources

Responsible Travel Programs

Departments

Information Exchange

Travel News to Use

Worldwide Travel Bargains

  • Czech Republic: Green Pathways to Prague
  • Japan: Cost-Cutting Information
  • Slovenia: Inexpensive Alpine Adventures

The Independent Traveler

Bicycling at Your Own Speed By Daniel Andrzejek

International Careers

Life in the Foreign Service by Kelly Midura

Family Travel

Afloat on the Baltic by Daniel Gabriel

Letter from Latin America

Home-Based Ecotourism in Mexico by Ron Mader

Education Abroad

The Learning Traveler
No Age Limit for Study Abroad by Carolita Blythe

Point:Counterpoint
Appropriate Advice or Cultural Imperialism by Martha Merrill

Work Abroad Adviser

Discrimination in Hiring Practices in Japan by Helen Korengold

Program News and Notes

Classifieds

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A Budget Traveler's Lament By Jane Roper

From the Publisher

It's appropriate that our final issue of the century focus on responsible travel. Way back in the 70's, Transitions Abroad was the first national magazine to regularly gather and publish information on overseas travel that respects the local culture and environment. This time our emphasis is on community-based travel options--in Namibia, Mexico, and around the world in our expanded annual directory of Responsible Travel Resources and Programs.

Our other focus this time is Africa--or at least a small part of it. Most of us think of an African wildlife safari in terms of drivered Landrovers and expensive game lodges. Anne Loxton, who lives in Namibia, writes about economical camping safaris where guests stay in Bushman villages. Visitors not only learn about daily lives but contribute to their economy. Other kinds of immersion travel are described by Roger Leibovitz (homestays in Slovenia), Rachel Schneller (busing in West Africa), and Daniel Andrzejek (bicycling in developing countries).

Our colorful and newly redesigned January/February 2000 issue will focus on short-term jobs abroad--where they are and how to get them. My wife, Joanna, and I will report on food and wine touring in Italy and we'll also welcome a new columnist, Ron Mader, who will introduce a regular column on life in Latin America.

Until then, happy 2000 wherever you are!

--Clay Hubbs

Editor and Publisher
Dr. Clay A. Hubbs

Managing Editor
Nicole Rosenleaf Ritter

International Education Editors
Barbara Burn
William Hoffa
William Nolting

Contributing Editors
Dianne Brause (Socially Responsible Travel)
Susan Griffith (Work)
Ron Mader (Latin America)
Deborah McLaren (Ecotourism)
William Nolting (Work)
Kent St. John (Independent Travel)
Ted Shoemaker (Europe)
Rick Steves (Budget Travel)
Susan Sygall (Disability Travel)
Kathy Widing (Travel Books)

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Rick Schneider

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Ingrid Marn


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