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  • Ireland Forever 8/5/18

    #3 Posted : Sunday, July 22, 2018 12:37:53 PM

     

    Just saw your post. Sorry for delayed response. Too funny that we are both from Colorado. We actually live in Lakewood. We will be travelling independently in Iceland before the tour. Thanks to Icelandair for the cheap, direct tickets from Denver! Looks like we should have a nice group with us. Tauck told me there were 9 boys (8, 9, 10, 11*3, 12, 13, 14) and 6 girls (7, 10, 15*3 - looks like I am missing one girl age) on the tour. Combined, looks like we account for 5 of the boys and 1 girl. Looking forward to meeting your family in a couple of weeks! Since I obviously do not check this forum often, my e-mail is natabbott28@gmail.com if you are interested in replying. Natalie


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  • October 28, 2018

    #3 Posted : Sunday, July 22, 2018 11:41:18 AM

     

    He Susan and Eric, This is our 9th Tauck trip. We love travelling with them. You will too. We are from NJ also. We will be arriving one day early so we will look for each other. Always meet such nice people when we travel. Judy and Richie Scottsdale, AZ


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  • Jeeps and Accommadations

    #4 Posted : Sunday, July 22, 2018 8:54:40 AM

     

    I haven't taken the Tanzania; Serengeti to Zanzibar tour, but as far as vehicles, they are probably the same as K&T- same outfitter (It used to be Assilia, but may have changed.) The vehicles on K&T were all modified (stretch) Toyotas with pop up hard tops with sliding, solid glass side windows. Some have a small forward hatch above the driver/front passenger seat. Clothes - what British said. I believe only the showers at one camp might have open tops, but you can google it and see for yourself.


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I just returned from some weeks in the wilderness, and I am still buzzing and glowing from the charge of being immersed in nature. I know that we’re always really immersed in nature, even in the city. But I think we city folk need to periodically get away from the artificial environments to remove our blinders and really look at the world we'...

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