which game lodge

Jul 29th, 2008, 08:35 AM
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which game lodge

Which game lodge offers a better experience, Ulusaba or Leopard Hills? I have to make a decision asap!
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Jul 29th, 2008, 04:05 PM
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Have you checked which has availability over the period you wish to travel? You might find that the decision is made for you.
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Jul 29th, 2008, 05:12 PM
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Wow, I am just a casual observer and am limited to where I can help but am very service orientated and respect other folk’s times much. I am aware [since I just clicked on my name] that I have some posts to respond to in ongoing threads…but I have never post n’ run…post n’ run…post n’ run.

I am a very slow typist, but I can click on a name and can copy n’ paste real quick to get some context as they say! I see many folks have spent some time answering your enquiries but…I really am curious; how can we best help you 1441 without any feedback?

Here is your posting history under this User Name - 1441
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1. Africa & the Middle East: which game lodge
1 responses; most recent on 07/29/2008, 08:05 pm

Original Poster (1441) did not return or reply to the help

2. Africa & the Middle East: Ulusaba Makwela suite or Sabi Earth
2 responses; most recent on 07/29/2008, 08:04 pm

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

3. Africa & the Middle East: sabi earth lodge
1 responses; most recent on 07/28/2008, 05:48 pm

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

4. Africa & the Middle East: help with first time safari
0 responses; most recent on 07/27/2008, 10:39 pm

OP (1441) did not return

5. Africa & the Middle East: first time safari
1 responses; most recent on 07/27/2008, 01:52 pm

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

6. Africa & the Middle East: first time safari
1 responses; most recent on 07/27/2008, 01:58 am

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

7. Africa & the Middle East: first time safari
2 responses; most recent on 07/27/2008, 01:40 am

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

8. Africa & the Middle East: first time safari
3 responses; most recent on 07/21/2008, 10:50 pm

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

9. Africa & the Middle East: first time safari
1 responses; most recent on 07/21/2008, 11:59 am

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

10. Africa & the Middle East: First time safari
2 responses; most recent on 07/14/2008, 02:02 pm

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

11. Africa & the Middle East: snake phobia
19 responses; most recent on 07/07/2008, 08:23 pm

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

12. Africa & the Middle East: Venomous Snakes
7 responses; most recent on 07/05/2008, 04:32 pm

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

13. United States: terrified in Arizona
24 responses; most recent on 09/05/2003, 04:52 pm

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

14. United States: reptiles in arizona
9 responses; most recent on 09/05/2003, 01:59 pm

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

15. United States: Utah,California vacation
5 responses; most recent on 09/05/2003, 12:59 pm

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

16. United States: reptiles in arizona
15 responses; most recent on 09/03/2003, 09:36 pm

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

17. United States: sedona to bryce
1 responses; most recent on 09/02/2003, 04:43 pm

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

18. United States: antelope canyon
10 responses; most recent on 08/31/2003, 01:01 am

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help

19. United States: a;laska or utah
2 responses; most recent on 08/04/2003, 09:39 am

OP (1441) did not return or reply to the help
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Jul 29th, 2008, 06:58 PM
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Denbasking - I noticed the same with 1441 and have given up. Glad you exposed it all. Maybe 1441 can explain it? Naaaa . . .

regards - tom
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Jul 30th, 2008, 03:56 AM
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And I feel like a royal twit for having made the effort to pass on some of my thoughts.
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Jul 30th, 2008, 04:43 AM
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i also went into ONE trap and avoided the second....
div

1441
if you really are keen on getting responses to further questions i would recommend you send a sign....whatoever ;-)

div
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Jul 30th, 2008, 04:45 AM
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@ den
great work - i had only realised 4.........hope your effort pays

div
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Jul 30th, 2008, 10:25 AM
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I really would like to know how one could assist 1441. I was not trying to be a smart asparagus but did not mind if my enquiry alerted others who have been hoping on and seeing a question from someone that they could help and then took the time to help…

Many of us just hop on, read a few threads, and are off on our merry way. However, if we post a question we check back for an answer and not post repetitive threads. I’m sure I miss much that goes on in the forum and I have never said anything before but yesterday this just popped out at me.

I also did not think I would hurt anyone’s feelings, as in the posters, because they never come back to their threads! What is the point? It cannot be a very satisfying process; especially for the givers!

This is an odd one!

I don’t think;

This is an Operator/TA using some new name acting like a novice traveler so they can gain knowledge and advise clients on things that they do not know because the questions are such they are not going to bring much to light.

These are questions posted by a TA only so they can answer with their wise advice under their known name.

These qualify as troll posts because well, because of the content of the questions!

I do think;

This person could be very bored [like I am now] and has many names on various Fodor’s forums and this could be a childlike prank like knocking on someone’s door, running away and then peeking from a hidden location while watching someone answer the door looking puzzled when no one is there.

Or, what I really think is that 1441’s threads are his or hers *real-time post its notes* scattered about like on my physical desk, monitor, doorknob etc! Perhaps he or she posts a thread and if no one answers instantly goes about their life [with a dust cloud behind them] then comes back and re-posts same questions!?!

Regardless it sure is a one-way relationship and I am still curious and would like to know what on earth is up? I really mean no harm, my hand is truly outstretched!

C’mon back 1441!
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