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Jul 21st 2012 2:14PM Thanks for chosing my photo. The original summer-y link: http://andardelevante.com/2012/07/01/182-2/
Apr 9th 2011 6:28PM Thanks for this article. I agree that you should continue to write about Japan. There must be something "Big" arising there - new fears and changes bring different perspectives, and i'd love to know more than what you read in the newspapers.
Jun 6th 2010 8:22PM The picture and your words make me feel the strong atmosphere and the wait for the storm to fall down.
Apr 30th 2010 4:15PM I've been using one for a couple of years and, altough it doesn't have a lot of space, it's the best for light packing and i take it on every trip i make.
Apr 24th 2010 7:33PM I totally agree with you. Check out http://www.urbansketchers.com/ blog. It's really good and makes you go out and sketch every corner of your city.
Apr 1st 2010 11:19AM I read that in some places in the US people were served human meat when they asked for veal. A friend of mine tasted human fingers in Indonesia and it tasted as chicken legs. I don't see why not... maybe it's an acquired taste.
Apr 1st 2010 9:36AM I'm glad to hear that. Peopleo who travel and write for a living annoy me. Why should I have a regular job with a month and a half of vacation and you people spend months around the globe? ;)
Mar 15th 2010 3:25PM Thailand has really amazing beaches. I miss the warm sea, the snorkelling in Ko Tao and going around paradise in a scooter. But you're right - you have to chose carefully were you're heading, or you'll spend those quiet days in a not so quiet place, wishing you'de be elsewhere. Enjoy Thailand ;)
Feb 16th 2010 12:06PM Hey there!
I was in SEAsia last summer and really loved vietnamese and khmer cuisine. The crabs in tamarind sause are really great. If you haven't, you must try Hoi An's won ton with shrimp and the crispy noodles.
Congrats on your writing, this article really made me want to come back soon.
Happy and safe travels!
Feb 2nd 2010 6:05PM I bought the Tough 8010, but unfortunatelly it's not that tough in what comes to waterproof...