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Bill & Carolyn in Tanzania (Jan 07)

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Struggling to write up an illustrated trip report from our fabulous northern circuit photo safari to Tanzania the last two weeks of January ... but I have part of it up and maybe with some encouragement I'll find the motivation to finish the darn thing.

I have this on a separate web page with a description of each day's game drive and about 10-12 low rez images for each session. Kind of struggling to make sense of all the data but hopefully you can follow it ...

I only have the Lake Manyara 'daily reports' up thus far, with Ndutu and Ngorongoro Crater to follow soon, so here's a start ...

http://members.aol.com/bhilton665/tanzania_january_2007/

Highlights of this part of the trip were the double leopard sighting, the birds (especially the flamingos, ground hornbills and Narina trogon) and the elephants.

Enjoy! More to come soon, I'll just update this thread as additional links are activated.

Bill

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