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gloriajames

Joined: Sep 04
Points: 16785


autumn

Posted: 2009-04-13 08:11 AM   
hi sabine
so where are u planning to head off in autumn?
as for me....work is keeping me real busy so i am going to only take short breaks to near by destinations. next trip is Yogjakarta in mid may.
gloria
ps profile pic taken in Bayon, Siem Reap



krisek

Joined: Jan 08
Points: 84135


Thank you Sabine

Posted: 2009-04-12 07:26 PM   
Hi,

Yes, each sunset does carry something with it in terms of memories, indeed. I think my favourite were from Mali, at the Niger River...

Kindest regards
Krys



jacko1

Joined: Jan 09
Points: 6151


Hi Sabine,

Posted: 2009-04-04 07:38 AM   
Mighty strange, I had a message saying bineba was online and wanted to chat!! my browser is quite capable but my typing skills are not fast enough so I don't. Must be a glitch somewhere, Cheers, Tony.



pesu

Joined: Jul 08
Points: 15863


Hallo Sabine,

Posted: 2009-04-03 07:48 PM   
your new profile pic is very nice!
Schönes Wochenende - Petra



jacko1

Joined: Jan 09
Points: 6151


Hi Sabine,

Posted: 2009-04-03 07:35 PM   
Must be another Tony, I do not do chat either, Regards, Tony, (jacko1)



jacko1

Joined: Jan 09
Points: 6151


Hi again,

Posted: 2009-03-31 06:50 AM   
I have been looking thru your excellent pics and would like add a little personal experience, I visited Agadir not long after the earthquake tragedy (a few years later) and was made very welcome, it was explained that the first relief planes were full of British Tommies and medical staff, other countries arrived later but the people who were displaced all felt kindly towards the English and was invited to visit many families, no ulterior motives, I was travelling independantly and much enjoyed the hospitality of these proud people, Regards, Tony.



jacko1

Joined: Jan 09
Points: 6151


Hi Sabine,

Posted: 2009-03-30 06:43 AM   
Thanks for the info, many years ago the only place that you could buy alcohol was the government Uni Prix or in hotels. In the cafes it was banned and drinking in any public place was to invite outrage from the local imam. Times have obviously changed a lot!!, Regards, Tony.



louis

Joined: Dec 05
Points: 13391


It was a pleasure

Posted: 2009-03-29 04:36 PM   
Hi Sabine,
It was great to see and read something from you. Pictures are very nice and report was as always brilliant. Morocco (for the moment) is not on my wish list, but thanks to you I feel like I was there. Looking forward to see more from you.
Have a nice evening
Rafal



mistybleu

Joined: Aug 04
Points: 51905


Hawaii

Posted: 2009-03-29 02:33 PM   
Hey Sabine,

Thanks for rating my report; I too only wanted to go there to see volcanoes. I was a little disappointed as Mother Pele was uncooperative, it was quite quiet with no eruptions. Methinks I will have to return one day.

mahalo, Amanda.



bozz

Joined: Jan 09
Points: 4244


Deleting

Posted: 2009-01-27 08:00 PM   
Thanks again, deleted and changed picture just before I got you message, never mind I think the new pic is better
Regards Thomas


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