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Old June 23rd, 2010, 12:23 PM
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We have one spot left! Anyone interested let me know.

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Old June 23rd, 2010, 02:13 PM
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Old June 23rd, 2010, 02:15 PM
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seriously... YES I'm interested... No I won't be going unless someone wants to sponsor me
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Old June 23rd, 2010, 03:05 PM
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Let's make a deal!

I need to fill that seat or you can bring Nola along we can do a great price for a tagalong.

Think about it guys.....Mud - Defenders - a little R&R at the beach (Latin America beach..use your imagination)
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Old June 23rd, 2010, 05:05 PM
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Let's make a deal!

I need to fill that seat or you can bring Nola along we can do a great price for a tagalong.

Think about it guys.....Mud - Defenders - a little R&R at the beach (Latin America beach..use your imagination)
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Sounds like a great trip...... I just recently traveled across Guatemala and through the jungle in Peten, to have done it in a LR would've been a plus..... thought of mine many times there!
Not sure whether you care to disclose it, but I'll ask: what's the price tag? or maybe approximate.......
Regardless... enjoy the trip!

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Old June 25th, 2010, 09:39 AM
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The price of the trip is $3,200. As it is the last spot we are offering a 15% discount to D90 members. The price includes all ground expenses - food, camping, loding, fuel, vehicle use, park fees (excludes flights)etc..
You fly into Belize city & out of Panama City - Flights are cheap right now

It will be a great trip, we would like someone from D90 to come along - come on guys!!

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Old June 25th, 2010, 09:57 AM
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That's not bad at all! considering what you're offering, its a steal for the adventure involved. If I wasn't maxed out on my international travel, I would jump on it!! have still to sell to the wife a return to Guatemala in September.... airfare is cheap, have always payed $250-$400 RT to Central America...... how many trucks and people on expedition? do you use local guides? security not a huge issue but a concern for sure....
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Old June 25th, 2010, 03:29 PM
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Strange enough..our only vehicle break in was in Denver Co. None in Africa in 4 yrs none in Mexico & CA in 3yrs.
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Booking for the trip is officially closed! Thanks to those of you that were interested - we look forward to working with you in the future. We have a great group put togeather and it should be a great expedition.

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Good luck James..... if you can, on return, let me know what areas you charted.....
I help run a clinic in the highlands of Guatemala that serves The Mayan population there.
I frequently go there..... love to possibly join in future......
Have a great trip
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Absolutely..we would love to support humanitarien issues in the area however we can.

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Good luck James..... if you can, on return, let me know what areas you charted.....
I help run a clinic in the highlands of Guatemala that serves The Mayan population there.
I frequently go there..... love to possibly join in future......
Have a great trip
What kind of clinic do you run in Guatemala? I've been involved in working in and starting a (dental) clinic in Tanzania. Lots of work but incredibly rewarding.
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What kind of clinic do you run in Guatemala? I've been involved in working in and starting a (dental) clinic in Tanzania. Lots of work but incredibly rewarding.
Its medical and dental clinic, small but strictly serves Mayan population. We also do outreach to remote Mayan villages. I've been creatively working on expanding its funding through educational courses rather then being dependent on purely philanthropy. It is a lot of work but tremendously rewarding as you mentioned.
Tanzania is a great place, I did a lot of work next door in Kenya as well..... I love Africa..... Let me know if interested in Guatemala, our first lecture series program is probably going to be September 19-25.....
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