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T
ravelogues were originally defined as an illustrated lecture on travel accompanied by films or slides.
Travelogues are alive and well on the Internet. 
 
 Some Popular Travelogue Websites
 
 
Africa Guide - Travelogues.  This section is devoted to African Travelogues. If you are considering a trip to Africa this is a great place to find out about other people's experiences along the way.
 
BootsnAll - Travelogues from Around the world. They say they are the ultimate resource for the independent travelers. A nice, clean, well-organized site with in-depth information for the independent travelers.
 
Mick Travels - World Travel Guide.  Travel around the world with Mick.
 
Rail Travelogues  Travelogues of rail passenger travel, especially on Amtrak and VIA Rail Canada.
 
Travigator - Travelogues.  This site has an extensive data base of travel topics. Clicking this entry will take you to their Travelogue section. They have an extensive list of sources and links to travelogues on the web.
  
Travelogues.net Trips from all over the globe, with gleefully slanted insights! Copious photos and travelogues, plus information about local food, history and languages.
 
Rec.Travel Library. Travel and tourism information with an emphasis on personal travelogues. Includes Round The World FAQ and Round The World Travelogues.
 
World Hum. "Travel Dispatches from a Shrinking Planet." A wonderful offbeat website that has won awards for its travel writing and essays.  They publish stories that show the world in all its beauty, complexity, and sometimes horror. Many great links to other offbeat sites, as well as, to well known resources.  They are in tune with the planet and its people and are an oasis from the travel commercialism that abounds.
 
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