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Joined: Jun 11
Points: 947

Posted: 2011-06-12 05:52 PM   
My is miss zarrina
I am a girl please you can contact
Me directly to my inbox
So that i will send my photo directly to you
In my next mai


Joined: Sep 03
Points: 20248


Posted: 2007-12-24 09:25 AM   
Thanks for the explanation of your name. I have seen this more often, Christians in Indonsia taking names of other Christians, that is very good. When we were in lamalera (on Lembate east of Flores) there were many boys who were named after a German missionary who brought Christianity. The only thing that was strange for me was that the name they had chosen was the missionary's family name.
Your name, Jansen, is used in the Netherlands as a family name. It means Jan's son. I'd love to hear more examples of Dutch names used in your community.

I enjoyed your photos especially medan and the view from the plane.

Will you celebrate Christmas on 25th or on 24th? You go to church and what will you do afterwards? I wish you a very pleasant day.


Joined: Sep 03
Points: 20248

Dutch relations?

Posted: 2007-12-23 04:49 PM   
Your photos of Medan and Sumatera are very beautiful. Have you any more of Medan? I would love to see then as I was there in 2000, a long time ago.
Your name is very Dutch. (I am Dutch too), How come that you have a Dutch name and don't speak Dutch?


Joined: Dec 04
Points: 34719

Toba Lake

Posted: 2007-08-19 05:40 AM   
Hi Jansen
I really enjoyed your report on a place most of us never reach. It looks really impressive.

It doesn't detract from its beauty but I don't think you are right in saying it's the world's highest. The Wikipaedia entry puts it at 3 000m, whereas Lake Titicaca [Peru and Bolivia] is at over 3800 metres.


Joined: Aug 03
Points: 19539


Posted: 2007-08-18 04:28 PM   
You posted some wonderful photos today! Thanks for sharing your part of the world.

I hope you find everything you are looking for on Globo! Nice to see you jump right in!


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