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Pictures: Where to next?

View Poll Results: Where to next?

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  • Luang Prabang

    6 46.15%
  • Angkor Wat

    4 30.77%
  • Malaysia

    3 23.08%
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Thread: Where to next?

  1. #1
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    Where to next?

    Tomorrow I am wrapping up my Burma photo journey, which sort of breaks my heart, but that's the way it is.

    So, where to next? I have lots of photos from previous years that I haven't shared, all taken with my old Fuji f31fd that met a dramatic end this year. All three destinations were dear to me and I would love to spend a few minutes every day remembering and sharing. Please join me

    The options are: Luang Prabang (March 2007)

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    Angkor (March 2007)

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    Malaysia (April 2008 and 2009)

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  2. #2
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    Re: Where to next?

    one more day to vote.

    sorry if it was misunderstandable - the vote is not about my next holiday!!
    though if you throw some money together to sponsor my trip, yes I could post a vote on that as well

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    Re: Where to next?

    Quote Originally Posted by Betti View Post
    Tomorrow I am wrapping up my Burma photo journey, which sort of breaks my heart, but that's the way it is.
    Well Betti,

    What can i say but a big huge thanks for all the beautifull photographs and valuable information that you have provided us all with your Burma travel blog.I appreciate your hard work in giving us all this, and i wonder sometimes if you actualy make time for yourself when you are on holiday. You seem to work so tireless in going out your way to help make our holidays that bit much easier thanks to your travel reports. And i am sure it does not end there. Two or three weeks holiday.....two or three months hard work typing and posting.

    Thanks again,

    Billy.
    So, where to next? I have lots of photos from previous years that I haven't shared, all taken with my old Fuji f31fd that met a dramatic end this year. All three destinations were dear to me and I would love to spend a few minutes every day remembering and sharing. Please join me

    The options are: Luang Prabang (March 2007)

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    Angkor (March 2007)

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    Malaysia (April 2008 and 2009)

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    Re: Where to next?

    shoot I've just lost the entire post when clicking "submit reply"

    thanks Billy for thanking me. always nice to be appreciated.
    don't worry about me, I am the most selfish person in the world, I only do stuff I like, and if it happens to be useful or nice for others, it is a welcome side effect. there is definitely no hard work involved (see below)

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    it would be nice if I could push myself a little harder and write proper blogs and stuff, but I cannot. I have written books in my head, I always run a constant "blog" in my head wherever I go, and I wish I could transfer it to paper but I cannot. maybe I should try harder but works sucks up all my energy, for the time being, and I cannot see it changing.

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    Re: Where to next?

    Since I seem to be traveling vicariously, I would appreciate any of those places. I've always wanted to see Ankor Wat, but maybe that's because I didn't know about Luang Prabang.
    Hopefully you'll do them all anyway. Please . .

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