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Zambia 2005: Bwana is back

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I just arrived from this year's Zambian safari, up-to-now the most relaxed but also the most adventurous so far.

Highlights:
- fire on a transfer vehicle where I lost half of my luggage (including all the films!)
- a sudden awake by a bush fire one metre next to my bush chalet in southern SLNP (never packed my remaining things so fast)
- and another sudden awake - this time a more muddy one in northern SLNP - a diarrhoea which struck me in a bush camp at 2am - what a mess in my bed!

But these things make good travel stories... ;-)

I got a lot of new insights about good (and not so good) wildlife areas, guides and camps in Kafue and South Luangwa, and will tell you about these in the not so far future...

Mitch

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