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Joined: Oct 06
Points: 105

hey thanks

Posted: 2006-10-25 01:31 PM   
hii...great to get yr message.....burma...always been wanting to visit...alongwith tibet...someday. Just got into Delhi today after a week in Paris....will be in India for this week...and then off to Melbourne and Brisbane...with stop-overs in Singapore..either way. Its quite funny really...been so many times to Singapore...mostly transit stops...and not seen much of the place...its normally been to office and my hotel...and then the next flight out!!!
when is your trip to told Oct is a good month to fact will be in shanghai end Nov. Nice knowing you...lama


Joined: May 05
Points: 41625

Your pictures

Posted: 2006-10-25 02:03 AM   
Gloria, thanks for your pictures! I have spent a good 1 hour visiting them and admiring them. It is very cold in Moscow, and until evening will not go out from home to have dinner in the center (I am living with friends), when they finish their work, so I use my time looking at your pics!


Joined: Jun 04
Points: 15075


Posted: 2006-10-24 10:46 AM   
Hi Gloria

So you think about sharing a cam... The EOS 400D sure is a very good cam and brand new.

I settled for the nikon D70 and bought it used. When considering a D-SLR camera you should first get an opinion on which system to settle. There are Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Pentax, Sigma to consider.

You might have lenses from a previous analog camera or might have experiences with a certain brand, this could also determine what brand to choose.

I had a close look at the EOS400D too, but for my hands it was just a bit too small, the ergonomics didn't fit.

At the moment most people buy: EOS 400D, Nikon D80, Olympus E400, Sony Alpha 100, Pentax K10D
These are all very good cameras, I settled for a smaller Megapixel count and am pefectly happy with the 6mp my Nikon D70 got.

The Pentax and the Sony have a built in Image Stabiliser, Canon and Nikon have the IS in the Lenses.

Just to start of with a few thoughts.


Joined: Aug 03
Points: 19539

Thanks so much!

Posted: 2006-10-16 03:21 PM   
I want to thank you for your forum posting regarding Member of the Month. Andy has the judgement of Solomon ~ I have never been disappointed in his choices for awards. I trust it will be no different this time.

I also wanted to thank you for your comment on my Rajasthan Road Trip report. I was a little reluctant to publish when I completed it because I thought it might be too personal, but then I really didn't want to change anything either. The trip was very personal in so many ways!

It is my oldest son's turn next. They have never chosen traditional destinations so I am looking forward to him making a choice soon. We have until June to plan.

Best of evrything!


Joined: Apr 05
Points: 9510

Hello Gloria,

Posted: 2006-10-15 04:01 PM   
Sory for this delay. My children and their children were at home in summer and we are moving soon because we bought a home.
so, there are many things to do and I have not anytime for photography.
Thank you for your message
A très bientôt


Joined: Aug 04
Points: 53336


Posted: 2006-10-15 01:06 PM   

Thanks for your comments about my slideshow.



Joined: Oct 06
Points: 105 new here...and looking for friends

Posted: 2006-10-15 03:47 AM   
am new here....still finding my way at the various sites tis has to offer...there are so many options...not easy to navigate...!!!..and trying to make some new a lot in asia-pacific...and sure wud be nice to know u...presently just completed my visit to in Singapore...from here i get back to Pris...and then to australia...shanghai....hongkong...with breaks in singapore!!!
where do you travel?


Joined: Aug 04
Points: 53336


Posted: 2006-10-09 01:59 PM   
Hello, long time no hear from...

I was in Beijing in March and it was a little cold around 10 degrees centigrade. When I went up to the Great Wall there was still snow on the ground. I'm not sure what the weather is like in December, it could be winter. But either way I'm sure you'll have a fantastic time.



Joined: Aug 04
Points: 187

Re: Beijing Report

Posted: 2006-10-09 06:40 AM   
Hi Gloria,
It is very nice to have your message, and welcome to visit beijing/xi'an,
it is very cold in December for both cities, but xi'an a little bit colder, around minus 10degree Centigrade, so you need wear a big sweater or some other warm clothes :)
there are a lot of fun places in beijing and xi'an
I am familiar with beijing, for I am living here and work as a English tour guide here,
if you want to know more about beijing, you may check

My report about other city Datong of China, not so far from beijing, if you plan more time here, you have a chance to visit too.

Hope you enjoy !


Joined: Sep 04
Points: 1084

Thanks Gloria

Posted: 2006-10-09 06:03 AM   

Thanks for reading and your comments on the Kumarakom report. I was (still am) very pleasantly surprised what such a place could do to you. That is amazing. I have been on and off in the community due to other pressures. Where have you been recently, I read your report on Agra just now.

Regards, Kiran

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