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Collecting trips
Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 14-04-2016 15:19
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Many of us time from time has interesting collecting trips.
Sometimes we would liketo have colleague-friend with us. Sometimes we rent a car and would like to share expenses. Sometimes newcomer would like to have a companion who knows some country.
My idea is to inform colleagues about future trips of our Moscow Zool museum team. May be somebody wants to share.
1. Approx. 17 Dec 08 Jan Dmitry Gavryushin is planning to visit Ghana. He had never been in Ghana before, but has 3 African trips in his track record.
2. In September 2016 I will visit Ethiopia for 2-2/5 weeks. I know this country. Route is attached below. Gambela is a specially interesting place.
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Oleg Kosterin
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Wow! I will do anything to participate in the Ethiopian trip (sorry but more like an odonatologist). I lust for revisiting Ethiopia, and especially its so unexplored and 'very African' part. I prey my leg to recover soon.
 
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