Mark C. Ross Message Board
Paul Miller posts on 1/30/2007 12:07:23 PM
Your infamous tour of death for my sister Susan is now in book form, how proud you must be of your actions. My father warned her not to go because of the genocidal turmoil of the region but you were unaware of the danger? You write better than you guide. Enjoy your blood money.
Elisha Herbert posts on 1/15/2007 7:02:43 PM
Hello Mark, My sister and I went up to see the gorillas at Mgahinga the day after it all happenend(great communication in Africa!). There were about three times during our trip that we nearly descided/ or had to go to Bwindi for one reason or another and would of been there that day. As fate would have it we made it onto the mountain and my life long dream was meet.Please email me as I would love to talk Africa & tell you of our story, I know that you are busy and obviously have a lot of mail. Will wait for a reply.Great book by the way.Elisha
Merill Kathryn posts on 12/24/2006 7:35:10 PM
Hi Mark (everyone must feel like they know you after reading your book),
I admire that you continue to do what you love and what gives your life meaning. Your work is important - educating the world about man's impact on Africa; land, man and beast. I am just another fan, and like everyone else, I was touched by your book and ready to hop on a plane to Africa. I'd like to get some information on the cost and dates you lead safaris. I don't want to stay in a fancy hotel, away from the animals and people - that is why your safaris are special. At 54, it's time for me to "just do it."
Cynthia Quincy Colon posts on 12/21/2006 11:42:40 AM
How do I request information about Mark C. Ross safari's? Thank you for your help.
Colin Ross posts on 11/19/2006 8:38:12 PM
Please call me at 7756772969 or 7755445215 regarding Dotty. Colin.
Rhonda Kutler posts on 10/20/2006 10:37:12 AM
I just finished reading your book and I felt like I was there with you. In August 2005 my then 15-year old daughter and I went on safari in Tanzania where we met Willy Chambulo at his farmhouse. I was surprised to see his name in your book and it brought back some great memories. We did not do a walking safari which I feel would've been so much more incredible and was wondering how I could arrange to do that with you if it's at all possible. Please e-mail me with any information on this. Altho no one here understands, but I think you will, even tho we went to Thailand this year and had a fabulous time, my heart and thoughts are still of Africa. There was something very magical about being there and I very much want to return. Hope you are well.
Nancy DeVaney (Chesney) posts on 10/20/2006 12:15:22 AM
I got dumped by K and G. but the safari you guided for us is on top of my life list of best times. Thanks.
posts on 9/10/2006 4:29:43 PM
How do I obtain information about Mark C. Ross trips to Africa?
posts on 8/22/2006 8:11:57 PM
forget the books. Sure they are well reputed but all i actually am asking for is a bit of old fashioned human contact, in a new age style. How in this cruel world are you?
posts on 8/17/2006 8:01:47 AM
Mark- First let me say what an experience your book is , I am engrossed by your story and your description of the African bush. As a South African bushbaby living in London, losing myself in its pages has been remedy for the soul.
I am treating myself to my ultimate dream holiday for my 30th Birthday next year,2007, a real East African safari. I would love to find out more about your compnay and its safaris.Please could you send me your contact details as I would like to explore the possibility of using your company for this once in a life time trip.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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