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trombrain
post Feb 3 2010, 01:55 PM
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Hello,
I'm currently planning an overland trip across North Africa, and in researching Libya have come across differing accounts of what's required. Has anyone recently traveled through Libya and can you tell me what preparations were like? Some sources say that to obtain a visa one must go through a travel agent and that while in the country travelers must be shadowed by someone from the travel agency at all times. Other sources say this is an exaggeration and that there's plenty of freedom of movement. I'm wondering which of these descriptions is closer to the truth. Also, is there a form of public transportation (like a train, perhaps) that could take us along the coast all the way to Egypt? Thanks!
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