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  1. Re: TR Kenya Dec/Jan 20: of roaring rivers, a muddy Mara and 50 shades of green

    Hi Anne,

    Glad to have you back, and hope that apart from the troubling Kiboko, you had a nice experience in Kenya. A really special place!

    Your TR has been a pleasure to read, and thank you...
  2. Thread: Bradt guides

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    Re: Bradt guides

    Johan, having a proper book always makes a difference (at least is the way I prefer). Nevertheless for those on digital there is always the opportunity to download it from Badt's website and have the...
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    Re: Uganda Selfdrive Trip '19

    Thank you DGA. Nice shots. The little one already climbing!

    AP
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    Re: Katima Molilo to Itezthi Tezhi on D769?

    Do you mean the D787 ?

    In 2015 we reached the southern shores of Itezhi Tezhi lake (Hippobay) via Kalomo, from Livingstone and took us around 8hrs. At that time the Cordon road was quite...
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    Re: Uganda Selfdrive Trip '19

    Hi Dutch,

    It has been nice to follow your 2019 Ugandan adventures. Keep it coming. Thank you.
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    @Boslover - Baie dankie !

    @ Goofy 50 - Thank you.
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    Thank you both for the nice comments.

    @Tobie : You will find most of the pricing info at the respective websites. For Kamukonzo campsite, you will find it on the report. For Roy´s, 2019 rates were...
  8. Re: Recent trip Amboseli; notes on Tarakea border

    Hi Golf Charlie,

    Good to hear from you. You made it to Amboseli!

    Asante sana. Safari njema!

    AP
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    Sticky: Re: Bird Identification

    Thank you both ( @ winter and @ shfish).

    AP
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    Thank you Ortelius for your kind words. Give and take should be norm at this forum! It is always a pleasure.
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    Re: help wanted for 3 week itinerary

    1. From Luangwa to McBrides´, providing you do not want to back track, you have just two alternatives : either the 05 or going through NLNP. To reach McBrides´ you probably have to spit the journey...
  12. Re: Zambia trip report - Johannesburg to Lusaka in four weeks

    Waiting for Kasanka. Thank you!
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    On my ver.19.12 is already there! You can not miss it!

    AP
  14. Re: Zambia trip report - Johannesburg to Lusaka in four weeks

    Hi Mabe,

    Thank you for the installment. Glad you have enjoyed Zikomo / Nsefu. Probably in a few years campers will loose the privileged commodity of camping by the river side as they are planning...
  15. Re: Zambia trip report - Johannesburg to Lusaka in four weeks

    Thank you Mabe for the report back. It looks like even Kafue and Itezhi Tezhi were bone dry. They are really struggling with the drought.

    Looking forward for the next installments.

    AP
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    Topi,

    Apologies but I just saw the thread now. @Mabe coordinates are spot on. Please see attached image. The latest T4A should have both accesses (Northern - coming from North Luangwa; and...
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    Thank you Topi and JPSeekles.

    @Topi : Those are really very good news and hope everything comes as expected for your future adventures/travels. Reaching the shores of Lake Tanganyika is a terrific...
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    Thank you AfricaExplorer and Mabe.

    @Mabe : Indeed we could have crossed our ways if I had not changed our Mfuwe plans. Next time maybe. This world is becoming frightening and increasingly small....
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    Sticky: Re: Bird Identification

    Thank you dwinter.

    That is a tricky question!!!; I was a bit far and sincerely I do not recall.

    AP
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    Sticky: Re: Bird Identification

    Wonder if anyone can help?
    What the birds name?
    Location : Bangweulu Wetlands, Zambia;
    Photo has been croped for better ID.

    Thanks in advance.

    AP
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    Thank you Anne W.

    I understand you are on the verge of a Kenyan adventure. Please do enjoy it.;D

    Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New 2020.

    AP
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    Thank You Challgren and Frans 90.

    I think these will not be good news for us campers. From what I was told, they planning to expand their bungalows along the river margin, hence with a river...
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    Thank you Malcom, WW and Juha S.,

    @Malcom - indeed, walking or simply having a conversation with Chris is always gratifying. The simplicity and character of McBrides´Camp makes it unique.

    @WW...
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    9. Kamukonzo Community Campsite - Zikomo - Nsefu - South Luangwa NP


    Initially we had planned to explore the main Mfuwe section of South Luangwa NP, as on our previous trip we did not have the...
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    7. Nsobe - Kapishya Hot springs


    Kapishya Hot Springs and Shiwa Ng´andu was our next much expected destination and a total of 285Km had to be covered. So we left early as usual, and decided to...
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    Thank you Sam M, WW and Stan for your kind words.

    The next two installments will complete my report for this trip to "Lovely" Zambia.

    AP.
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    5. Mc.Brides- Forest Inn

    Today would be a long bridging day, i.e., getting from A to B in order to get nearer to our next destination Bangweulu Wetlands National Park. A total of 453 km had to...
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    4. Roy´s - McBrides´ Camp

    At five thirty in the morning our private fish eagle woke us up for a fresh and early start.

    In the morning while saying farewell to Mark, we met Roy, the owners camp....
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    Re: Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    2. Whispering Sands to Katoyana Camp (Liuwa Plains National Park)


    Next day would take us to Liuwa National park, a long day and way to go, and we would still want to visit Ngonye Falls. The day...
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    Zambia 2019 - Trip Report

    This trip report was long due, as we traveled in October. Time constrains have restrained us of doing it before. The next installments will comprise the report. Thank you for reading!



    Zambia...
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    Re: How to exit Nairobi/Karen towards Thika

    Hi Anne,

    Good to know you are heading to Kenya and surely you won´t regret it. I have not done that path so I cannot help you. WW is already on top of it, and so you will not be better informed...
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    Re: Uganda Selfdrive Trip '19

    Thank you Dutchie for these installments. Really looking forward to next ones!
  33. Re: Cape Town to Nairobi 2019 - Itenaries, trip reports, etc

    Wow! Nicely done and indeed we do have plenty to read during the coming days. Thank you for sharing at the Forum.
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    Re: Liuwa Plains & Kasanka Nov 2019

    Thank you Malcolm for the report back. I really enjoyed. And yes, our average fuel consumption at Liwua (Toyota Hilux) was very similar to yours ( 17,81l/100km). We might have crossed our ways, on...
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    Re: 3 week Sept trip report

    Thank you for the wonderful report on Zim.

    Picking up Stan´s words and your concern about the drought that is afflicting that part of Southern Africa, we could also observe those same effects way...
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