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March 31, 2012

The Senegalese people peacefully and overwhelmingly vote out an incumbent who was seeking to become a president-for-life. It’s a shining moment, and one with huge implications for West African travel. There’s a good chance you scarcely read, heard or saw anything in the mainstream media about Se.../ ➝

March 30, 2012

Several pairs of wings are circling over American Airlines these days. Some belong to rival airlines, others to opportunistic investors. The biggest of them may belong to a vulture. It has come to this: The major question facing American Airlines is no longer whether it’s going to survive, but.../ ➝

March 28, 2012

Teachers looking for fresh ways to instruct young black children might consider using travel as a theme. There’s been some controversy this year over the questions some schoolteachers are using down South to teach math to black students. Example: “If Frederick got two beatings per day, how many .../ ➝

March 26, 2012

A roundup of the good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media. ​ TINGO ALL OVER A new hotel reservation site has made its debut on the Web. It’s called Tingo, and its main calling card comes into play after you make your hotel reservation. The folks at Tingo say the.../ ➝

March 24, 2012

The convening of the Africa Travel Association’s annual congress at Victoria Falls signals the rise of a new player on the African travel scene, and it’s one you might not expect. When you think of African travel and tourism, you probably don’t think of more than a handful of the 54 countries .../ ➝

March 22, 2012

Three domestic US airlines are going head-to-head with a fare war, slashing prices on routes across the country. In the travel game, “shoulder seasons” are a prime time for airlines to cut prices in a bid to fill their airplanes, and when one does it, several of their competitors usually.../ ➝

March 21, 2012

A roundup of the good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media. VIVA MEXICO For all the negative talk about crime and violence related to its ongoing drug war, Mexico endures as a travel destination. Travel Weekly reports that Carnival Cruises Lines, which has already sunk s.../ ➝

March 16, 2012

Make use of Web sites that help you keep tabs on your frequent-flier miles, show you which mileage programs are the best, or even let you swap miles with other travelers. See if any of this sounds familiar. You’ve been collecting frequent-flier miles for years, but you’re not sure if you have en.../ ➝

March 14, 2012

The executive director of the Africa Travel Association has a wide-ranging telephone interview with IBIT about the promises and challenges of African tourism, including the re-emergence of Zimbabwe as a destination. For six years, Edward Bergman has headed the Africa Travel Association. The son of .../ ➝

March 12, 2012

[portfolio_slideshow] All images by Greg Gross and property of I’m Black and I Travel unless otherwise indicated. The opening of a State Department passport office is one more sign that the city is emerging from the shadow of Los Angeles. As a travel blogger bent on getting more black American.../ ➝