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Best traveller year 2005. Dani Serralta espanish, polaco Wojtekd, and inglis Davidx

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fede

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Posted: 2006-02-26 01:12:00   

I comment myself a relative this forum of trips. I will use English's translator to be able to greet them.

In principle to give those thanks to Toribio, Rudi, Isaac, Jesus etc., for the support samples to Daniel Serralta, since is of a lot of moral value and the best prize that he appreciates and I suppose that the other ones also nominated.

Jesus is right, Dani needs to be in good shape physics and mental for the trip type that this carrying out and the countries that it travels, some of the poorest and others with different difficulties.

Daniel this demonstrating to be an expert taking care and protecting their small patrimony (something of luck also this having). He is their patron (for that reason it consumes little).

I admire the Dani because he/she has the virtue of making friends with easiness, I am witness. He doesn't like danger, but he/she is not afraid.

Serious amusing that of the paella if one makes.

The liking to know each person's world, outlines some priorities that depending on the personal moments of each one, it values the style, the places and the time.

The time is since a relative luxury it depends on different variables.

Thank you again



http://serralta.eresmas.net/dani/africa/indexafrica.htm

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Posted: 2006-02-26 01:27:00   

Where is daniserralta?



I just had a look at Daniel tremendous web page:



http://serralta.eresmas.net/dani/africa/indexafrica.htm



and read that he is presently in Syria after having been in Jordan visiting Petra riding horses during four days!!

I assume that he wants to go back to Spain using only boats and buses crossing Turkey, Greece, etc., after 1 year long epic journey, on his own, throughout over 20 African and European countries!

Bravo Daniel! You are a true Indiana Jones!

You are a pride and an example for Globo members (like me) that are afraid to go far from home for a long time.

Please, write more travel logs. You are the best!

Isaac

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Posted: 2006-02-26 01:47:00   

Hi Fede,

Usted puede también agregar el texto en Spanisch al registro. Los cerca de 20% de miembros han enumerado español como lengua el uso. [translated by Altavista’s "Babblefish"] ???



Hi also Toribio, Isaac and Jesusferrero :-)



Daniel seems to have a local fan club like no other at GLOBO. I missed his contributions too and wonder about his whereabouts. I sent him a email now. I see he was logged in on Monday but his last upload in the GLOBOlog was a bad one end of December! His homepage has changed too than that in his profile, add "/dani/" into it making: http://serralta.eresmas.net/dani/index.htm and together with members "wojtekd", "whereisliz" and some others those are the BEST personal webpages of serious travellers and gladly GLOBOmembers.



Anyhow, it is extremely important to support members wilst on their journeys and also when they are back home and recover. Hoping to see reports and pictures.



Rudi

[ This Message was edited by: rangutan on 2006-02-26 03:04 ]

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Posted: 2006-02-26 09:52:00   

Well! buff!! That make me feel so ashamed!!

First, thanks again to all of you out there for your support.

Second, well, I'm sorry for the interference of my father in this Website. Unfortunately he don't know what he is doing and I feel some ashamed for that reason. But I suppose that you all will understand that it is father's preoccupation.

Yeah, Daddy, I love you too but next time just writte me an e-mail!!!!

(Papi, jo tambe t'estimo pero el proper cop envia'm un e-mail!!)

I hope you all will understand.

By the way, thanks again all of you to be there and care about me.

Dani!

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Posted: 2006-02-26 16:33:00   

Dani is a skilled traveller as far as I can figure out after having seen his wonderful personal web page. (I also saw wojtekd and whereisliz web pages, which are much more elaborated, especially wojtekd’s, but Dani’s is only starting, he is still young). We have not to worry about the conclusion of Dani’s odyssey in Africa and Asia, because the worst was in Africa and he overcame the test with a great achievement, he has demonstrated to be an experienced traveller, at the level of wojtekd, and with a brilliant future. Now he has only to cross the risk-free countries of Turkey, Greece, ex-Yugoslavia, Italy and France to join his family in Spain. I can’t wait to read his reports and see his pictures when he will be home.

I am very proud to belong to a club which has a member like Dani; it makes it distinguish in quality.

Dani, vos sos mi idolo, el mejor de Globo!

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Posted: 2006-02-26 18:38:00   

Hi Rudi:

The translator that I have used is Globalink Power Translator. I wait he/she understands each other what I write acceptably.

Greetings



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Posted: 2006-02-27 06:22:00   

Hi Fede,

...we see Dani is on the way home now...



Which ever translator, no problem we understand! Most important is that we all communicate somehow, exactly like you did and we thank you very much for that ! My father (1989 R.I.P) supported my travels just like you do for your son, like a "Indy Snr." too and made me to the correct and respectful traveller I am, that is true - devotion and love and trust!



Rudi

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P.S: in future just add the spanish text under or above the english too, we are mostly bi- even tri-lingual at GLOBO!

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Posted: 2006-02-27 18:14:00   

Where is daniserralta?



Sr. Fede:

Le quiero traducir lo que han escrito últimamente sobre su hijo:

Rudi dice que en lo sucesivo no hace falta que haga traducir el texto al ingles (pues sale macarronico), sino que lo haga directamente en espanyol, pues aquí en Globosapiens todos los miembros son bilingues y hasta trilingues, y el espanyol lo entienden practicamente todos por ser el segundo idioma mas internacional del mundo.

Jesus escribe que no hace falta preocuparse por Dani, pues es un viajero muy experimentado y ya ha pasado lo peor de su viaje, que era Africa, y ahora dentro de un mes lo tendra Vd. en casa comiendo turron. Y compara a Dani con un viajero polaco extraordinario que conoce todos los paises del mundo, que es su amigo, y que junto a Dani son los dos mejores viajeros y el orgullo de este club Globosapiens (en la opinion de Jesus y en la mia tambien).

En resumen, no se preocupe por Dani, que aqui todos le apreciamos y seguimos sus pasos, y escriba siempre que quiera en espanyol.

Saludos cordiales

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Posted: 2006-03-08 18:53:00   

Sarajevo, Ljubljana and Venice.

Daniserralta asked yesterday for help in a forum regarding cheap hostels in several European places. So far nobody has replied him.

Please, let us check in our records about these three towns he is looking for cheap accommodation: Sarajevo, Ljubljana and Venice.

I have checked lonely planet and other sources, but before sending him this material that I have collected for him, it would be better if somebody has first hand information, I mean fresh, perhaps some members living in those three towns, or some globies having been recently there.

He is almost 1 year “on the road” around Africa, Middle East and Europe, and deserves all the possible help from his friends in this club.

Please, try to collaborate with him.

Thank you very much.

(Dani, este sabado ire a la libreria Altair de Barcelona a buscarte informacion fresca si antes no te la envian los miembros de Globo. Este viaje ya lo tienes en el bote. Cuidate chaval!)

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Posted: 2006-03-09 20:13:00   

Valor Dani, que aqui llego para ayudaros. Vos podes hacer lo que os parezca. Tomad nota:



Liubliana, Eslovenia, hay un Youth Hostel llamado Alibi, es lo mas barato, sobre 15 euros en dormitorio, en Cankarjevo nabrezje 27.



Ostello Venezia, has de agarrar un vaporeto. Te he copiado lo siguiente:

the Ostello Venezia, or Venice Hostel, offers cheap accommodations in a waterfront location that's easy to reach from St. Mark's Square, the Piazzale Roma, or the railroad station by public water bus. The Venice youth hostel is located on the island of Giudecca, across the water from Venice's historic center.

Os saldra por unos 20 euros… si, ya se que es mucha plata, pero Venecia es Venecia.

Otro sitio es una comunidad religiosa llamada: Casa Cardinal Piazza. Te he copiado lo siguiente de la gueb:

This religious institute has 24 single and double rooms, all with baths. It's near Madonna dell'Orto in Cannaregio. Precio: la voluntad a las Hermanitas de la Caridad, con sugerencia de 15 euros. Ahí podras llegar en carro o agarrando una guagua.



Y finalmente, Haris Houth Hostel, ubicado en la parte vieja de Sarajevo, que se llama Vratnik, en el Este. La dirección es Vratnik Mejdan 29.



Suerte pibe!

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