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I'll start by saying that it was a last minute safari planned rather on the spur of the moment following an exchange of emails...

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I'll start by saying that it was a last minute safari planned rather on the spur of the moment following an exchange of emails...

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... that has got to be the shortest and least informative trip report in this section...

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Ah but the ... indicates this is merely the introduction and there is more to follow. Nothing like suspense :)

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On the edge of my seat here... :P

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Does this mean that you will come and get your own Rooibos?

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Wilddog the animal or Wilddog the person's online name? Just wondering. Or Wilddog behind bars. Or Wilddog because you were drinking.

 

Not that I don't doubt you could wing off to Africa without telling us, but I have to say that I find it highly unlikely that you wouldn't be singing so loudly in Portugal that Samburumags would hear you in France.

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Wilddog the animal or Wilddog the person's online name? Just wondering. Or Wilddog behind bars. Or Wilddog because you were drinking.

 

Not that I don't doubt you could wing off to Africa without telling us, but I have to say that I find it highly unlikely that you wouldn't be singing so loudly in Portugal that Samburumags would hear you in France.

 

:huh: Me behind bars? NO! In front of.........? possibly.

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All right, putting you out of your miseries... Wilddog emailed me to say she'd be in Lisbon for a couple of nights, so Monday I drove into town and we sat chatting and drinking beer and coffee for a couple of hours in her hotel bar. It was a real pleasure and surprise, and she was awaiting me clutching Tony's "Delta".

 

I do love meeting fellow Safaritalkers, and hope that more of us can meet up when I come over at Easter.

 

Thanks Wilddog for the company, but next time, if you can wear your lime green suit and pink hat ;)

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And we were all hoping that you made it onto the interesting continent. Oh well. :mellow:

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All right, putting you out of your miseries... Wilddog emailed me to say she'd be in Lisbon for a couple of nights, so Monday I drove into town and we sat chatting and drinking beer and coffee for a couple of hours in her hotel bar. It was a real pleasure and surprise, and she was awaiting me clutching Tony's "Delta".

 

I do love meeting fellow Safaritalkers, and hope that more of us can meet up when I come over at Easter.

 

Thanks Wilddog for the company, but next time, if you can wear your lime green ued.suit and pink hat ;)

 

 

The lime green is fantasy, GW! It was a blue denim trouser suit. But yes, the pink stetson was real but gone a long time ago.

 

Enjoyed our chat too! Have nearly finished Tony's book which I enjoyed.

 

Definately have to try and set up a London meet. will try to get the ball rolling.

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Ha, I thought it might be a GTG, as others said, you'd have mentioned a real safari regardless of how short notice it was! ;)

 

GTGs rock!

 

(ANYONE coming through London at any time, or based nearby, give me a shout if you want to meet up)

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In Earls Court next week for the BETT exhibition - 2 nights. Too quick for an ST meet!!? :P

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