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Old Posted Oct 11, 2012, 12:52 PM
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Wow, I don't remember ever seeing a thread about Djibouti before. My ship pulled into there a few times back in '73. Besides a bit of a dust up we had with some members of the French Foreign Legion, all I remember is the dusty poverty, dirt roads, and warm beer. Doesn't look like things have changed a whole lot. Thanks for the tour.
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During a French project in high school, we were broken into groups and given a nation we had to research and pretend we were from. I got Djibouti... I came here wondering if the nation had finally turned things around and was actually building skyscrapers! Nope, looks like one house...
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Thanks for the tour! What an eye-opener!!!
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very interesting. Looks extremely hot, dry, and backward. but very interesting nevertheless.
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very interesting. Looks extremely hot, dry, and backward. but very interesting nevertheless.
I don't know, it looks like some of more remote areas of the Baja peninsula. I'm not planning on going to Djibuoti for spring break but I bet it would be a good adventure.
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Old Posted Nov 14, 2013, 4:46 AM
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Interesantes fotos. Es impresionante la bruma "calima" atmosférica en el desierto. ¿Son fotos de una vacación?
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