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Rocco. Because of you we are going to Zambia. Until today I thought we would spend 11 days on Safari and about a week in Cape Town -- 3 nights before and 4 nights after.

But you wrote a comment about how what you remember is the time on safari, not the time in the cities. So, if we can get it the itinerary is as follows:

4 nights, 3 days in Cape Town. Two of those with Selwyn.

Fly to Zambia. Four nights at Kaingo, Three nights at Mwamba, Two nights at Puku Ridge, Four nights at Kasaka.

Fly back to Cape Town for one last night. Then come home.

The budget of 4,000 pp is gone. More like 5,000. Oh well, you only live once and it will be a great trip. I have never regretted travel. And Africa seems to put life into perspective.

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