R J Green

No problem James – as I said, we still enjoyed ourselves at Ras Nungwi but felt that had we not have been so spoilt by the previous places we would have been even more satisfied. A hotel will always be a hotel after all and you cannot get the same level of service, privacy and exclusivity as you can at a resort consisting of individual bungalows.

We have been advised that the Mahale Mountains National Park is an amazing place and we are especially interested in chimpanzees etc. Do you organise trips here too? What would be ideal is to either combine with a couple of days at the Norongoro Crater to see the scenery more that anything, or with a trip into Ruanda to see the silverbacks. I would be very interested to hear your thoughts – this would be something that we would like to do perhaps next year when we have finished paying off our wedding and honeymoon debts………should have married in a registry office and had the honeymoon in Blackpool instead…….apparantly the wildlife is very interesting there!!

Again, thank you for all your effort and we will definately recommend you to our friends.

All the best,
R J Green 2004

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