Jewelers on safari

February 1985
Ornament;Feb85, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p65
The article reports on the "Jewelers on Safari" gem and wildlife tour personally conducted by jewelry writer Ettagale Blauer in Kenya in 1985. Interested participants can avail of the 17-day trip from July 6 to 22, 1985 by paying a fee of $2,975, which is inclusive of land costs and roundtrip tickets from New York City.


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