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st.vincent

Joined: Mar 06
Points: 2322


London slideshow

Posted: 2006-10-03 05:26 PM   
Thanks for your message about my slideshow, glad you enjoyed it.

The statue you mention is of Sir Isaac Newton at work, it's a 4m high bronze that sits outside the British Library near Kings Cross.

Kind Regards
Clive



eirissa

Joined: Sep 04
Points: 4582


thanks

Posted: 2006-10-03 02:35 PM   
Many thanks for your nice words and comments:)
Irene



bugis

Joined: Sep 06
Points: 56


i still prefer boeing to airbus...

Posted: 2006-10-03 01:10 PM   
i'm earning my dough as an aircraft technician wif my national carrier, SIA. their staffs' complimentary tickets sure do come in handy for my travels! hehe



bugis

Joined: Sep 06
Points: 56


singapore has no soul

Posted: 2006-10-02 12:38 AM   
hiya lyla... =)

bugis street? yeah, it was full of transvestites in the 40s. but rest assured i'm not one of em! haha.

well actually, my ancestors are bugis. a tribe of brave seafarers hailing from sulawesi (indonesia). they played a dominant role in singapore's early trading history. wats left of dem now, is a sad street in their rememberance, selling stuffs bought from bali/bangkok which are sold for 10x higher!!!



leillli

Joined: Oct 05
Points: 4803


thank you

Posted: 2006-10-01 01:35 PM   
hi lyle,thank you for reading my report,yes you thought like the other guys,that we cover our body..but we just do it in social not our private life,ofcourse it depends on our belief:)
leili



jorgesanchez

Joined: May 05
Points: 41625


Hola Lyla

Posted: 2006-09-30 02:46 PM   
Lyla, thanks for your message.
I made recently the Saint James pilgrimage on foot, so the information to write the travel tips is still fresh in my memory (and in my notebook!).


mkrkiran

Joined: Sep 04
Points: 1084


Thanks

Posted: 2006-09-30 01:16 PM   
Lyla,

Thanks for your feedback on the Kumarakom report.

I also appreciate a lot your comments on the pictures :-)

Have a cheerful weekend

Kiran



tokyomike

Joined: Jan 04
Points: 507


Puerto Galera

Posted: 2006-09-29 10:09 PM   
Yeah, I've been to PUerto Galera. That was the first report of mine you read. lol Great place.



belleli

Joined: Mar 05
Points: 2121


thanks!!!

Posted: 2006-09-29 10:05 PM   
Hi, Lyla

I thought nothing, when I saw you said looking my slide is very interesting, I'm just interested in what you said. :)

Glad to know you enjoyed my travel tips. Will try to add more.

Have a nice day!

Belle



frenchfrog

Joined: Dec 05
Points: 26139


HI lyla

Posted: 2006-09-29 06:46 AM   
I am just come back from Bhutan, it was really nice the country is really fascinating, I loved it. I am still in kathmandu, I am going trekking in the Everest region in 2 days time.
see you soon
isabelle


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