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

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Posted: 2006-12-25 22:15:00   

Thanks for this Isaac!

Great observation and statistics, will be nice to see this next year again. Do note that some members job around the world though and some travel many days but do not contribute much to GLOBO. It would be interesting to know how many kilometers members travel?

My private 2006 GLOBOheros are many but the top are:

- Jorge "jorgsanchez" - for extreame targets near death

- Wojciech "wotjtekd" for global kilometers done

- Bruno "kailas" for the backside of China

Likewise my top 2006 GLOBOheroins are:

- Amanda "mistybleu" for a very dark Africa effort

- Isabelle "frenchfrog" for Nepal and little Laos

- Kerry "downundergal" for her special spanish visions

Merry Christmas and a very happy new year!


P.S: In 2006 I was out of town for only 18 days and covered only about 5000 km.

[ This Message was edited by: rangutan on 2006-12-26 16:09 ]

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Posted: 2006-12-26 11:55:00   


Excellent idea, I had almost forgotten your 'who travelled longest' award. I am very sorry I did not put any of my trip in my travel log, but I will do so in 2007.

You were absolutely right about the times I travelled and your guess of about 100 days of travel is correct. I counted the days we were away and the total is 105, because we were also in London twice.

“I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” Robert Louis Stevenson

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Posted: 2006-12-27 00:41:00   

OK, Rudi, Marianne, I can regularly check the Globo members Travel Logs, reports, etc. but it is better to leave it “unofficially”, I mean, without the intervention of Globo management, just like a matter of an individual Globo member, that is, me.

If the management is not against this initiative, I will be collecting the data and will announce you the results at the end of each year.

I plan to introduce new modalities of “best of the year”, as for example considering the point’s contribution, bold travel exploits, most fantastic pictures series, the loveliest reports, the most helpful and comrade member towards the newcomers, etc.

For me, daniserralta is my hero for 2006. He is still young, and is not rich at all. Now he is working hard in a hotel, in his beloved Barcelona, to earn enough money to finance his around the world journey, overland, in 80 days, making fantastic travel plans, restless, eating his nails with anxiety while consulting the atlas every night before going to sleep, dreaming with exotic places such as Isfahan, Samarkanda, Pago Pago, Chichicastenango, Timbuktu, Vilanova i la Geltru… I am sure that Dani, when he will reach Wojciech age, will have travelled even more than him (I have checked wojciech external web site -in Polish and English- and found out that in his twenties, Wojciech had not travelled as extensively as Dani has done so far).

Once more: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

isaac molina

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