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Simbambili Game Lodge | Thornybush

Simbambili Lodge is situated among dense stands of knobthornand jackalberry trees along the meandering Manyeleti River in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, part of the world-renowned Kruger National Park.

With its Morroccan-styled suites that have been sensitively designed to blend with the environment and carefully positioned to enhance privacy, this is a must for the romantic at heart. Each suite with its own plunge pool and Sala overlooking the watering hole.

Rates inclusive of 15% VAT • South African Rand • Subject to Availability

Description 1 Jan 2019 to 31 Dec 2019
Suites Single Per Night R18 560
Suites Per Person Per Night Sharing R12 375
Honeymoon Suite Single Per Night R19 505
Honeymoon Suite Per Person Per Night Sharing R13 000
Waterhole Suite Single Per Night R20 445
Waterhole Suite Per Person Per Night Sharing R13 630

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Amani Spa

Additional charge applicable.

Thornybush Game Lodge boasts a fully equipped Amani African Spa that offers a range of unique holistic spa rituals and relaxing massages in the heart of the natural bushveld, with the sounds of water, abundant bird life and soothing background music, allowing all the elements of the treatments to come together as one.

Drumming

Additional charge applicable.

Making music together is a proven ancient method of unifying groups, and bringing people together. Each guests receives a musical instrument and participates in the powerful unifying experience.

Traditional Dancers

Additional charge applicable.

Tribal dancing with pace and a great variety of moves. Traditionally attired they are fast and furious.

Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Additional charge applicable.

A delightful tour to the rehabilitation centre for a hand on experience in the rehabilitation of wildlife to the bush. This tour includes Blyde River Canyon, where the escarpment rears 1900m above the Lowveld and a visit to the Swadini Dam and Museum.

Canyon Cruise

Additional charge applicable.

After an early morning game drive and hearty breakfast, depart to the Blyde River Canyon. Guests enjoy a stunning picturesque cruise on the dam, including a delightful lunch on board. A full interpretive service is offered on the geology, wildlife, and biology while cruising, including a visit to the base of the Tufa Waterfall that is unique to this region.

Panorama Tours

Additional charge applicable.

Tour guide will collect guests from various lodges at around 09h00, but alternative pick up times can be arranged to suit clients needs. Route covered is usually Abel Erasmus Pass, Grasp (lunch excluded), God's Window, Bourke's Luck Potholes, Three Rondawels and other Panorama route attractions. Time is allowed to shop for curios at various excellent shops and local craft vendors along the way. This is one of the most scenic routes in the region. Return at approx. 17h00. Lunch excluded. Terms & Conditions available on request.

 Cheetah Breeding Project

Additional charge applicable.

As one of the country's leading private research and breeding facilities, this unique project concerns itself with the breeding and protection of several endangered indigenous wildlife species in Southern Africa. Initially established as a breeding centre for cheetah, this centre soon expanded to include many other endangered species. . Terms & Conditions available on request.

Hot Air Balloon Excursion

Additional charge applicable.

One-hour long flight over the scenic, Lowveld section of the Blyde River, 15 km West of Hoedspruit. The terrain is a mixture of farmland, private nature reserves and wildlife estates. The mountains to the South and West provide shelter from the prevailing winds, thereby affording good flying weather on most days. As the sun rises, the landscape, the vegetation and, if you're lucky, some wildlife will provide photo opportunities. Game spotting cannot be guaranteed but on most flights we see plains game like giraffe and wildebeest. On very calm days, we sometimes offer flights over a Nature Reserve, South-East of Hoedspruit. After the flight, guests making use of transfers will be returned to their respective lodges. Includes return transfers by road to launch site. Whilst bookings for fewer than 4 passengers are accepted, all flights subject to a minimum 4 passengers on the day. Cancellations within a 24 hour period will incur a 50% cancellation fee and on the day/no shows will incur 100%The Thornybush Collection, upon request, may pre-book on behalf of guests, HOWEVER payment is to be done at the lodge by guests direct. Payment cannot be included on accommodation invoice.

 Shagaan Cultural Village

Additional charge applicable.

The Eastern Lowveld of South Africa is home to the proud Shangaan nation. Join us for an enlightening visit to Shangaana or Nyani Cultural Villages to share in the customs and culture of these wonderful and proud people. These tours depart the lodge at midday and return in the afternoon in time for the afternoon /evening game drive. Lunch excluded. Terms & Conditions available on request.

NOTE: THE ABOVE TOURS, ARE NOT AVAILABLE FROM SIMBAMBILI GAME LODGE

Safari Conference

Additional charge applicable.

The perfect way to achieve a successful conference or board meeting breakaway is to combine business and pleasure.

Thornybush Conference Facilities.

Capacity

  • Cinema - 60 pax
  • Classroom - 40pax
  • U-Shape - 20 pax

Venue

  • Length of room - 9,4m
  • Width of room - 10,4m
  • Height of room - 3m
  • Total 106m2
  • 2 plug points - 4 sockets

Includes the use of

  • Whiteboard
  • Flipcharts
  • TV
  • Video
  • Overhead projector

Additional equipment can be hired at a nominal charge including Data projector, etc.

Bush Orientation Activity

Additional charge applicable.

This challenging group activity promotes teamwork, planning and meeting objectives and deadlines. The objective of the exercise is for each team to arrive at a specified location within the Reserve with the least depleted budget.

Details

  • This activity is estimated to take ± 2 hours
  • Teams are dropped off at a specific point within the Reserve under the guidance of a Ranger
  • Teams are given a basic map of the Reserve detailing all relevant features
  • Teams are given a budget of R50,000
  • The Ranger is a consultant and charges "consultation fees" for information required by the team. The Ranger is also responsible at all times for the safely of the team
  • Teams are given a location within the Reserve to which they need to make their way to, as a final destination

A guideline to points

The ranger wil lact as a consultant to the team, keeping record of any money spent in achieving the objectivve. The rates are as follows

  1. Use of a road as a path or as a directional marker - R10 per person
  2. Use of a fence as a path or as a directional marker - R10 per person
  3. Questions that require a Yes / No answer - R1,000 per question
  4. Questions that require an answer in the form of a clue - R5,000 per clue
  5. Questions that require a descriptive answer - R20,000 per description
  6. For every minute behind schedule - the team will be penalized by R2,000 per minute
  7. For every minute ahead of schedule - the team will be awarded R2,000 per minute
 

Thornybush Amazing Race

Additional charge applicable.

The aim of the treasure hunt is to collect all clues and navigate the reserve to receive the tasks and gain the most points. Bonus points are available for completing challenges for addition to your total score.

You will require a bird book, a mammal book, a tree book, information and map provided.

Teams may under no circumstances race around in the bush or in any way act in an unethical manner as they will be penalized and loose 50 points. Take your time and earn your points by completing the challenges and tasks properly, the judges will be awarding the most points to the tasks completed with the best quality and not the first team to arrive at the finish line.

Your ranger and tracker are non-participating members of your team. The rangers are only allowed to help you at a cost of 15 points per item of advice or knowledge.

Main roads and cut lines are only to be crossed and not driven on. Any team caught driving on these will lose 20 points per offence.

Sightings of mammals will be worth 5 points each but must be confirmed by a photograph and only one sighting of each species will count, The Big 5 are worth 10 points each.

Like any competition there is an element of luck to it and responding to another teams sighting is not allowed, the purpose is to spot animals themselves. Rangers will insure this is adhered to and neither trackers nor rangers will point game out unless the team is willing to sacrifice points. A point to note; Waterside guiding teams can track animals down, provided they are in the blocks around where you are driving however this may be time consuming and you may miss further opportunities down the road.

Points are awarded for sightings of the following birds which must be confirmed by the team’s ranger: Saddle billed stork, Ground Hornbill, any Raptor species and the hooded or lappet faced vulture. These will be worth 10 points each.

Snakes and chameleons will be worth 10 points with photographic proof or confirmation of sighting by the guiding team responsible for you.

Bonus points are available for : (10 points each)
Photos of opposing teams looking concerned or worried.
Photos of old carcasses/ dead animals with someone pretending to nibble on them.
Most original photo of a tree hugger. (use your imagination)
Photo of Tracker/ Ranger helping in the hunt.
A porcupine quill

Roads Done for Waterside property

Team 1 Clue 1
From the reservoir take your map and look south, you will find a road named after an ancient hunting tool still used today. Once on this road drive slowly and look around carefully for your challenge! It will be found up a tree that is traditionally used to influence the sex of a child.

Task
Make a Basic bow and arrow out of traditional material, a ranger or tracker may have to help you at a cost.

Team 2 Clue 1
Take your map and Head East from the reservoir till you find where mans best friend meets a predominant rock type, carry on south from there and look for the junction where the raisins meet. Once you find the junction look around carefully as your task awaits.

Task
Make a Basic bow and arrow out of traditional material, a ranger or tracker may have to help you at a cost.

Team 1 Clue 2
From the sight of your clue you want to find a road named after a rather small carnivore often seen around lions eating. Go east on this road and take a left onto oxpecker until the open area where you will be looking for a challenge.

Task
Walk with your ranger and use your bow to hunt the Big 5!!

Team 2 Clue 2
From the raisin tree junctions start heading east and then it's time to get lost on your way to a bird which is nocturnal and often sits on roads catching insects. Use this bird to guide you to your next challenge, remember east is the ticket.

Task
Walk with your ranger and use your bow to hunt the Big 5!!

Team 1 Clue 3
Once the Big 5 have all been shot teams must walk east until the Monwana River behind Klein Kariba Dam where the final challenge is in the river bed. Remember to listen to guides instruction should you encounter an animal along the way an extra 30 points will be awarded to the team that can collect the freshest Animal Dung sample.

Team 2 Clue 3
Once the Big 5 have all been shot teams must walk east until the Monwana River behind Klein Kariba Dam where the final challenge is in the river bed. Remember to listen to guides instruction should you encounter an animal along the way an extra 30 points will be awarded to the team that can collect the freshest Animal Dung sample.

River bed challenge: Extract 20 liters of water from riverbed using only naturals and fill the 20L container provided. No modern day things like bottle etc may be used to dig or scoop up the water.

River bed challenge: Extract 20 liters of water from riverbed using only naturals and fill the 20L container provided. No modern day things like bottle etc may be used to dig or scoop up the water.

 

 

 
 

Simbambili Game Lodge offers unique exclusive Safari experiences in both open Land Rovers, and on foot. The private reserve is home to an abundance of species: 147 mammals including the "Big Five", 114 reptiles, 507 birds, 49 fish, 34 amphibians and 336 trees. The reserve is predominantly open savannah and with a near perfect year round climate, it is the ideal African safari holiday destination.

  • Lounge
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Swimming Pool
  • Spa
  • Open Air Boma
  • Gym
  • Conference Venue
  • Curio Shop
  • Free Parking
  • Wellness Center
Honeymoon

The lodge is a fantastic romantic destinations for honeymooners and your hosts will ensure that it is a romantic and unforgettable experience. The honeymoon package that includes, an upgrade to a suite (subject to availability or supplement), special private deck dinners, honeymoon turn-downs in the bedrooms.

Special Occasions

For guests celebrating special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries or other milestones. This information needs to be communicated with your reservations consultant in order for the lodge to prepare for it. We will be delighted to work with you to plan something extra special for your celebration to make it memorable. Examples may include a special private dinner in an African River bed, Tribal dancers to present a cake, a hot air balloon with champagne breakfast etc.

Amani Spa at Simbambili

The Lodge blends artfully with the natural environment - its two spa treatment chalets nestled amid the Knobthorn and Jackalberry trees, ensuring total privacy and tranquility. Here guests can avail of relaxing and rejuvenating spa treatments in the enchanting spa chalet on stilts, with its wall of glass doors, or have a treatment in the unique open-air spa "sala" - both of which afford uninterrupted views of the magical African bushveld. Amani Spa offers holistic body, skin and beauty rituals, rejuvenating massages and soothing treatments, uniquely designed to relax the body and bring harmony to the spirit while preserving youthfulness and enhancing health and vitality.


Travelling to the Sabi Sands Game Reserve

Depending on your individual travel needs you can get to the Sabi Sands Game Reserve in a variety of ways. Most people choose a scheduled flight or shuttle flight to the reserve. Travellers on a longer journey travelling by rental car also have easy access to the Sabi Sands.


GETTING TO SABI SANDS BY AIR
There are many flight possibilities available for travellers that seek for the quickest way getting to the Sabi Sands Game Reserve. From Johannesburg and Cape Town travellers can make use of scheduled flights to Kruger/Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA) near Nelspruit. From here you can travel onwards to your preferred lodge by making use of a road transfer or a short hop on a small aircraft. South African Airways also serves Hoedspruit Airport which is conveniently located for travellers staying in the northern section of the Sabi Sands (see our Sabi Sands map). Also from Hoedspruit you can choose for either a private road transfer or a short hop on a small aircraft. From June 2014 you will have an additional option as Skukuza airport (located in Kruger National Park) will be reopened and served by South African Airlink from both Johannesburg and Cape Town. Please see our Skukuza Sabi Sands page for all information related to this new convenient travel possibility.


SABI SANDS SHUTTLE FLIGHTS
The fastest and most convenient option to get to the Sabi Sands Game Reserve is by making use of a scheduled charter flight from OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg. Federal Air serves almost all lodges in the reserve on a daily basis. View our Federal Air Sabi Sands page for all details.


SABI SANDS LODGE HOPS
Visitors of the Sabi Sands Game Reserve arriving at one of the larger airports (Hoedspruit, Kruger/Mpumalanga or Skukuza) may want to make use of a short onward flight on a small aircraft to their preferred lodge. Many of Sabi Sands' lodges have their own airstrips making it extremely easy getting to your destination. These short flights are an experience in itself and very scenic as the aircraft will stay at a low altitude offering you picture perfect views over the South African Bush. You can also make use of these flights when travelling from lodge to lodge within the Sabi Sands (especially recommended when combining a stay in one of the southern and nortern lodges). View our Sabi Sands lodge hops page for all details.


GETTING TO SABI SANDS BY ROAD
Travellers making use of their own rental car when travelling in South Africa can easily reach the Sabi Sands Game Reserve. From Johannesburg the driving distance is approximately 450 kilometres. Most of the route from Johannesburg takes you along the N4 national road making it an easy and comfortable drive. Including some stops for refreshments the total driving time adds up to about 6 hours. Please note: access to the northern section of the Sabi Sands (access to for instance Chitwa Chitwa, Cheetah Plains and Arathusa lodges, also see our Sabi Sands map) is through Gowrie gate which takes 7 hours to get to from Johannesburg.


SABI SANDS ACCESS GATES
The Sabi Sands has three access gates:

Shaw's Gate: open from 05H00 to 22H00
Newington Gate: open from 05H00 to 22H00
Gowrie Gate: open from 05H00 to 22H00

Each gate serves different lodges. Please make sure you access through the correct gate when travelling to the lodge of your choice. See our Sabi Sands map for the exact location of the different Sabi Sands access gates.

SABI SANDS GATE FEES
Upon entering the Sabi Sands Game Reserve through one of the above mentioned gates you are required to pay ZAR 250 per vehicle. Further, an amount of ZAR 110 per person is charged. These rates are inclusive of VAT and valid until 31 December 2017. From 1 January 2018 these rates will be ZAR 280 per vehicle (vehicle entry fee) and ZAR 120 (per person entry fee). Credit cards are accepted at all Sabi Sands entry gates.

Suite

Available: 8 Suites
Unit Sleeps: 16 adults
 
Waterhole Suite

Available: 1 Suite

Unit Sleeps: 2 adults

Honeymoon Suite



Unit Sleeps: 2 adults

Features

  • Air Conditioning
  • Fan
  • Mini Bar
  • Private Pool
  • Indoor / Outdoor Shower
  • In-room Safe
  • Housekeeping
  • En-suite Bath
  • Hair Dryer
  • Viewing Deck
  • Tea / Coffee Making Facilities
  • Private Balcony
  • Telephone
  • Lounge Areas

Check-in: From 1:00 PM
Check-out: To 10:00 AM

N.B. The above rates are per person per night sharing, inclusive of VAT and are subject to a 50% single supplement.
RATES INCLUDE:

  • Luxury Accommodation
  • All meals, teas, coffees, minibar in room & selected snacks
  • All local drinks (soft drinks, house wine, selection of local beers, local spirits)
  • Dawn and dusk safaris in open land cruiser vehicles (FGASA accredited field guides and trackers) and bushveld walks
  • Wi-Fi

RATES EXCLUDE:

  • Curio, telephone and laundry expenses
  • Spa Facility, anything of a personal nature / anything not specified
  • Simbambili Gate fee at Sabi Sands Reserve (per vehicle/per person)
  • Conservation Fee & TOMSA Levy. Any Increases in any of the above costs

Tomsa Levy And Conservation Fees 

  • Conservation fee of  (2019) R395.00 per person per booking. The Conservation Fee for guests staying at Simbambili Game Lodge is inclusive of the R114 p/p per booking Sabi Sand Conservation fee. TOMSA Levy: R14.00 per person per night (5* Lodges)  
  • The Conservation Fee & TOMSA Levy is payable on reservations invoice / guests are unable to pay / settle these costs at the various lodges.
  • Self-drive guests to Simbambili Game Lodge pay an entrance fee of  (2019) R280.00  per vehicle and  (2019) R120.00 per person, which is payable at the Gowrie Gate direct. Where road transfers are booked through The Thornybush Collection, these fees are included in the rate.
NB: All the above is subject to availability, increases and our general Terms & Conditions
Children
  • Children’s rates are based on:
  • o 0 – 1.99 years will stay free of charge
  • o 2 children, under the age of 12 years sharing with 2 adults, children’s rates will apply
  • o In the event of 1 child (6 – 11 yrs) sharing with 2 adults the 3rd person will pay the adult sharing rate.
  • o Children 12 and over pay the full adult sharing rate / single rate. In the event of 1 child over 12 sharing with 2 adults, the single supplement will be applied to the 3rd person sharing.
  • Children under the age of 6 yrs are not permitted on game drive. All children permitted on game drive will be at Management’s discretion
  • Babysitting services are available, at an additional cost at lodges equipped to accommodate children
  • Children under the age of 16 yrs are not permitted on bush walks. 
  • Simbambili Game Lodge do not accept children under the age of 16.

Deposit and Payment Policy

  • To secure a booking, we require a 25% non-refundable deposit on confirmation of the booking. The balance is due 40 days prior to arrival. If the booking is made within 40 days of the scheduled date of arrival, in this case full payment is required on confirmation.
  • All other extras must be settled with The Lodge prior to departure.
  • Please note that a reservation is not confirmed or secured until this deposit requirement has been paid in full. We reserve the right, without notice to the client, to release any accommodation held where the required deposit has not been paid in full within the stated period.

Cancellation Policy

Upon confirmation of reservation, we reserve the right to charge a cancellation fee equivalent to:

  • 60 to 31 days prior to arrival at the lodge = 25% Cancellation fees
  • 30 to 00 days prior to arrival at the lodge = 100% Cancellation fees
  • All deposits of 25 % received on confirmation are Non-Refundable.
  • Refunds, are at the discretion of management and if agreed, is subject to a 10% administration fee.

Check-in time 1 PM-5 PM
Check-out time is 11 AM

Overview

Imagine exchanging your vows in an African dry river bed at sunset, the bridge being serenaded in by African dancers amidst tribal song. This is just one of the ways weddings can be catered for at many of the Thornybush Nature Reserve lodges or at Simbambili Game Lodge.

Few experiences can be as personalized as a wedding and we therefore realize that each experience will require attention to the finest detail. From Thornybush Nature Reserve, nestled in the heart of big five country, to Simbambili Game Lodge, set among magnificent Knobthorn trees along the meandering Manyeleti River, we can promise you unrivalled big game viewing, complemented by exquisite accommodation and sublime cuisine and above all, a day you will never forget. Your safari style wedding will be a celebration of love, tradition and lasting memories.

Weddings are catered for by Thornybush Game Lodge, Thornybush Waterside Lodge, Simbambili Game Lodge, Chapungu Tented Camp and Shumbalala Game Lodge. It is however advisable to book the lodge of your choice and request exclusive use (depending on the size of your party) ensuring the lodge’s full attention.

Arrangements can be as glamorous or as understated, according to the bridge and groom’s wishes. Consideration needs to be given to weather conditions and the fact that we are in a nature reserve so certain restrictions do apply (i.e. no fireworks). Ministers from most denominations are easily accessible, as are photographers, cakes, hairdressers and florists. Special menus and dining venues can be set aside for the wedding party, when the lodge is booked exclusively.

All you need to do is sit back, relax and leave the wedding preparations up to someone else whilst you enjoy Spa treatments, sunset cocktails and game drives. Our wedding venues are renowned for their beauty and excellent service.

The Standard Wedding Package includes

  • Dedicated Lodge Wedding Co-ordinator: A dedicated lodge Wedding co-ordinator will be assigned to the bridal party to ensure the smooth flow of all aspects and to assist in the set-up and layout of both the ceremony area as well as the dinner; whether it is a private dinner or a large reception event.
  • Wedding Official (local multi-denominational): The minister’s time and travel costs.
  • Wedding Venue: There are various options available, details to be discussed with the Bridal Party. The most popular being the Bush Venue (weather permitting).
  • Ceremony: The dedicated lodge Wedding Co-ordinator will discuss options available. An example of choices; Classic Wedding Ceremony or an African Traditional Wedding which includes the swapping of skins, drinking beer from Ostrich Egg Shells and swapping of beaded bracelets – depending on the wedding couple’s choice. Additional costs may be incurred.
  • Flowers: This includes: 1 x bridal bouquet & 1 x corsage and Groom’s lapel. Additional costs may apply subject to requirements.
  • Wedding Cake: Choice of traditional fruit cake, scrumptious chocolate or carrot cake; all decorated in an African / nature theme.
  • Classic Wedding Reception: This includes standard lodge facilities / equipment. Should the bridal party wish for any additional equipment etc. this may be at an additional cost.
  • Honeymoon turn-down: During the course of the bridal party’s stay, they will be treated to a romantic honeymoon turn-down with complimentary bottle of South African Sparkling Wine, and private in-suite dinner should they choose. In the event of a superior suite being available, the lodge will upgrade the bridal party at no additional cost.

It is requested our reservations department be contacted for an individual quotation based on the bridal couple’s requirements.

Additional chargeable items

  • Hair: Bride’s hair to be done at the lodge. In addition to bride – Bridesmaids/mother of bride.
  • Make up:
  • Spa Treatments: Available at Thornybush Game Lodge and Simbambili Game Lodge
  • Decorative candles & stands:
  • Hiring of additional décor : Pending the requirements of the bridal party, should additional décor be required, additional costs will apply.
  • Additional Guests: Should the bridal party wish to include non-residing guests, additional costs may apply
  • Corkage: Should the bridal party choose to cater their own drinks (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) a corkage charge may be levied per item.
  • Photographer: A photographer can be arranged to cater for individual requirements.
  • Tribal dancing:
  • Marimba Band, DJ / music (sound restrictions may apply), Choir, additional staff :
  • Hot Air Balloon Excursion:
  • Confetti Option: Showers of Blessing – Bubble Confetti 
    Notes: no paper confetti, streamers, feathers, rice or butterflies are permitted at any of The Thornybush Collection Lodges.

Thornybush Luxury Game Lodge Collection shall not be held liable for any interruptions of services (i.e. water, electricity, sanitary services).

Whilst every precaution will be taken to ensure the safeguarding of your belongings, Thornybush Luxury Game Lodge Collection will not be held liable for loss or damage to any property whatsoever (décor props, wedding gifts, valuables, etc.). We recommend that all personal and valuable property be removed directly after the wedding.

Any independent wedding co-ordinator assigned by the client to c-ordinate their function will be responsible for and ensure that all deliveries and collections are counted themselves and are present to attend to such deliveries and collections.

Thornybush Luxury Game Lodge Collection will not be held responsible for providing a marquee due to unforeseen weather conditions. The client will be encouraged to discuss a rain plan.

Legalities

We will require copies of both the bride and groom’s ID books and/or Passports, depending on their nationality as well as any copies of death certificates or divorce certificates should either of them have been married before.

Cancellation

The standard cancellation policy will apply with respect to accommodations dues. In the event that Thornybush Luxury Game Lodge Collection is required to acquire or procure goods and services intended for the event, payment in full for said items will be required from the client prior to ordering.

Cancellation requests are to be forwarded in writing to the Thornybush Luxury Game Lodge Collection.

 

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