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    Here are some pics from my December trip to Puri:








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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Casson View Post
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    Casson, I was just reinstating my point which I made 3 months ago but didn't have any effect. I don't think it is a difficult concept to understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    I really did laugh. Casson is a very funny individual.

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    That, he sure is.

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    One of the perks of having generous supervisors is the travel you get to squeeze in around conferences.

    I have lived in the UK for three months in 2006, and visited Arizona (Phoenix, Sedona), Lisbon, Edinburgh, Tuscany (Siena, Florence, Volterra, San Gimignano) and the Netherlands (Leiden, Utrecht, Amsterdam).

    Here are some photos:

    Volterra







    Sedona




    Leiden






    Florence


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    Did a lot of travelling over the summer, went around on my own for a few months and saw some incredible places and had some great experiences including seeing the sunset over the Sahara desert in Libya, Petra, and attending the Festival au Desert in Mali. Photos are here. Some samples:


    Turkey




    Libya




    Jordan - Petra




    Mali




    Festival au Desert






    Florence

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    Windhoek, Namibia - Clean, hassle free destination with perfect weather.. There much that post-colonial Africa has to learn from countries like Namibia and Botswana





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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    I really did laugh. Casson is a very funny individual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Casson View Post
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    Wow Dasa. Thanks for those
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    Pretty pissed that Dasa has been to Florence and I haven't tbh.

    Great snaps Dasa. Langers, sounds like you're dead set in love with Namibia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Pretty pissed that Dasa has been to Florence and I haven't tbh.

    Great snaps Dasa. Langers, sounds like you're dead set in love with Namibia.
    So have I It's a lovely city, and you won't have any language problems, as I found a lot of people spoke good English (including the locals when I asked for directions). The line for the galleries can be a very long wait, but it is worth it IMO.

    Dasa, I have to ask, what has inspired you to go to places like Mali, Libya, Turkey, and Jordan? You have made me jealous

    Great photos BTW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    So have I It's a lovely city, and you won't have any language problems, as I found a lot of people spoke good English (including the locals when I asked for directions). The line for the galleries can be a very long wait, but it is worth it IMO.

    Dasa, I have to ask, what has inspired you to go to places like Mali, Libya, Turkey, and Jordan? You have made me jealous

    Great photos BTW.


    Hands up anyone on CW who's not been there?

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