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Don't worry. Mauritanians may be asking themselves the same thing.
Travellers have the power to change Burma—for better or for worse. 
Participating in discussions with Buddhist monks teaches Kaelyn the art of Burmese conversation.
Looking beyond Western ideals of what makes a "modern" country.
Kaelyn explores the impact of one phrase on her life and Burma's future. 
As Tom bikes closer to Africa, he's startled by his own reliance on stereotypes.
The key to packing for long-term travel? Redefining the role that possessions play in your life. 
Tom is taking a road less travelled, to tell a story that isn't often told.
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