Is this a decent looking East Africa Itinerary???

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Nov 21st, 2003, 12:43 PM
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I second Rocco - "eat dessert" - With the world exploding around us one should only eat dessert - that's what lots of people in Israel do these days - there may not be time for the meal.

Each of us does only what we can, when we can, if we can - it's a matter of priorities and each one of us has different situations.

Kevin, you'll get to see plenty yet!
 
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Nov 21st, 2003, 07:54 PM
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Kewilliam: I raised my glass of wine to your sense of humor this evening - cheers! Loved your comment! Many of us have been bitten by the Africa bug. Just think how fortunate we all are that we have been able to travel there once, twice, three times, whatever. There are many people who have yet to fulfill their dream of going to Africa. And, hey, Roccco - if you and your wife ever want to adopt a grown adult (already potty trained and able to work to contribute toward expenses), I'm available!
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Nov 21st, 2003, 09:03 PM
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SusanLynn,

I am about one adopted grown adult from bankruptcy, so I will have to pass!

I am probably not nearly as well off as is being portrayed by my frequent travel. Instead, as opposed to someone whom feels the need to save every penny, I, unfortunately, feel the need to spend every penny. My only saving grace has been that I own three properties, quite by accident as a result of STD's Alzheimer Care homes that takes care of two of the payments, and property values in Los Angeles have skyrocketed.

In all honesty, any success has often been the result of my own irresponsibilies. I like to think that as an animal or insect has to adapt to his surroundings to survive, so have I. As a result of reckless spending, dropping out of college a couple classes short of my degree (I'd be in big trouble if I didn't have my own business and had to rely on whatever an employer saw fit to paying me), ELEVEN dogs, and an unquenchable thirst for luxury travel, I have been forced to succeed, often as my business consultant say, despite myself and doing things the wrong way.

Anyway, at the end of the day, I just like to think that allowing $1,500 per month for travel is the norm and just an expense that I need to cover, the same way that I have to make my mortgage payments and car payments.
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Nov 22nd, 2003, 04:29 AM
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Roccco: As a friend of mine says about spending money, "You can't take it with you and you can't send for it either once you are dead." Travel to your hearts content and enjoy the sites and sounds of this fascinating planet!
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Nov 22nd, 2003, 04:39 AM
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Yes, yes - do it now if and when you can.
 
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