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Joined: Aug 03
Points: 19539


Posted: 2011-08-16 10:05 PM   
I should have said it sooner! This is a marvelous report! I'm jealous - Cambodia is some place I would love to go and you describe it so well!



Joined: May 10
Points: 7678


Posted: 2011-08-16 10:18 AM   
thanks for visiting the beginnings of budapest. we both really enjoyed this city. picture of parliament was from a one hour river cruise, a chance to rest our feet. as for the fisherman's bastion, more to come. i guess an exercise in over the top frivolous architecture, but, like so much in Budapest as opposed to other cities ( but not London i understand ) free of charge. back to work, have a good week. n.


Joined: Dec 05
Points: 13399


Posted: 2011-08-16 04:37 AM   

Congratulations on winning RoM July. It was trully deserved reward, and I am very happy to see you again on Globo.
And thanks for you congratulations - it is always nice to get the rewards.

Have a nice day


Joined: Jan 08
Points: 84174

Prague and Budapest

Posted: 2011-08-15 06:59 PM   
Thank you Amanda for your kind comments on my recent reports. I enjoyed weekends at both places. There was so much to see there. And mingling with the locals at the places of nightlife was refreshing. Nevermind the sights, about which people can read in guidebooks. Oh, and the swimming pools and baths of Budapest? Priceless!

I guess you have already explored all the qualities of Budapest and Prague, so you understand me.... ;)

Best wishes


Joined: Jul 08
Points: 15863


Posted: 2011-08-13 09:51 AM   
Hi Amanda,
I have to thank Globo. It gives me all your wonderful pictures from all over the world, reports, tips and comments and has furthermore presented me with 3 real friends. The communication with them is constantly enriching my life. :)
Hope you (and also your mom) are fine!
Enjoy your weekend - Petra


Joined: May 10
Points: 7678

most everything

Posted: 2011-08-03 01:37 PM   
finally a chance to get back. thanks for wandering thru my july 4 pictures of the hamptons. a big weekend for this upscale area, pull out all the stops.

you asked about my strange picture with green things reflected on a black surface. actually just trees reflected in the hood ( bonnet? ) of a $100000 dollar BMW SUV parked in Water Mill. Caught my eye, this the best of three tries.
As for the ponquogue bridge, the old wooden structure was a bottleneck for both cars and boats in the old days. the shinnecock inlet leads to a canal that cuts hours off the cruising time for yachts going from the atlantic up to the bay on the way north. Cars and boats tied up for hours in the summer. one can see the remnants of the old bridge now a fising pier on the far side of the inlet right next to the new bridge.

nice images of angkor wat - when we visited thailand in 1970 and went to ayutthaya folks thought we were crazy and we probably were. be well. n.


Joined: Feb 06
Points: 5705

Thank you

Posted: 2011-07-30 04:13 AM   
Amanda Your pictures are very nice.
Thanks a lot for accept friendsheep request. I Guess this month you will member of the month.
Have fun


Joined: Dec 05
Points: 13399

Ta Phrom

Posted: 2011-07-27 04:44 AM   
Hi Amanda,

You are right about Ta Phrom. Probably without any works this temple would collapse or the trees would damaged it completely in a few years. So it is better to do something when is still not to late. Although you must admitt that until now Ta Phrom looked very romantic....

Have a nice day


Joined: Mar 06
Points: 6237

Traditional dressing

Posted: 2011-07-21 07:16 AM   
Hi Amanda
thank you.this dress is iranian traditional dressing that has been common 200 years ago in qajar dinasty period in is composed of a blouse and a vest,a short skirt with that special style,and a trousers that gets close on the ankle.the designs on the vest are all hand made.about the background,its just our homes curtain but it suits the white color of the dress.
nowadays iranian women do not wear such cloths.but when wanting to introduse iran in international ceremonies these are very good symbols of Iran.
all the best


Joined: Jul 04
Points: 15174

Thank you

Posted: 2011-07-13 01:31 PM   
Thank you, Amanda.

More photos of Turkey to come. It is such a beautiful place, I never thought I would like it as much as I did.
Definitely heading back one day - if only for the paragliding!

Thanks again
and all the best


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