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It's about time for a return to Tanzania & Kenya... whoopie!

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It's about 2/yrs since my last visit, so hopefully with no further bumps in the road (as spinal surgery this past March, and now about as good as new, so why delay any further?). I need my African fix!

Will be off to Tanzania and Kenya from, I believe (don't have airline tickets in front of me) 22nd Oct thru 15th Nov, 3+/weeks. Expect to spend half the time in Tanzania with about 8/days between Ndutu in the south, then thru the Serengeti - central to north - then flight back to JRO and onto Kenya. Here for the other days, with visits at Amboseli, Samburu, though mostly in the Mara, especially the Naboisho Valley.

Some new properties (for me), others refurbished and everything in-between :) why not when I'm already there? Also visits with friends... lots of new babies to see, and business associates. Of course game, where if lucky might catch the migration up North, though you know this has never been the emphasis as I prefer surprises... going with the flow and letting Mother Africa decide!

Granted I haven't been very good in reporting back on my last visits, but will do my utmost this time. So please go easy on me. :)

Am so excited, you'd think this was my first visit rather than ... goodness I've lost count.

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