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301) Saurav 
Location:
India
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Wednesday, 15 January 2014 13:47 Write a comment

Hi,

Your description of the Green Lake trek was amazing. What time of the year did you go ?

Thanks
Saurav


nomad Thursday, 16 January 2014 06:23
Thanks for your kind comments. The Green Lake Trek was one of our favourites. We did it in early May 2006 because we wanted to see the rhododendron forests in flower.
300) Greg Hutchison 
Location:
Canberra
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Sunday, 24 November 2013 23:45 Write a comment

Thanks for your writeup of the new CCT. I like some of your alternatives as I also do not like walking along main roads or even some FT's. I will link your site from Melba Shed where we go on walks as well. Have done One Tree Hill and bits and pieces of the rest of the CCT
299) Andrew Laurie 
Location:
Australia
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Monday, 18 November 2013 07:14 Write a comment

Excellent article on Sergeant Brown and his mates. What ever life throws at us we need to embrace the never-give-up atitude of our fore-fathers.
298) Bill 
Location:
Fisher ACT
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Sunday, 10 November 2013 21:02 Write a comment

Thanks for such a descriptive and personal accound of the Canberra Centenary Trail. You have really given it character. I encourage all potential Trail walkers to visit your site. I especially like your detailed referencing to bus connections along the Centenary Trail Route.
I hope you don't mind us prividing a link to your site on www.canwalk.org.au smile
297) Neville Parminter 
Location:
New Zealand
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Tuesday, 10 September 2013 17:36 Write a comment

Hi,
I have done or worked on many of the tracks you did while in New Zealand. Your descriptions of them are excellent and at the same time you have a great website.

Cheers
Neville
296) Bart Barton 
Location:
Los Angeles, CA
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Wednesday, 28 August 2013 15:14 Write a comment

That was cool. I know now that I have to do the whole trek. Honestly, I'm not even into flower pics that much but I think when you get there and see that, it means the world. Incidentally for those who don't have the means or time to hit Peru, you can do something similar in NM and AZ that is also quite enchanting, I've done that area many times.
295) Susan Brader 
Location:
Masterton New Zealand
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Saturday, 10 August 2013 23:40 Write a comment

smile Great reading - Walk 5/Tararuas. Was excited to see the photo of the trig station on Mt Holdsworth.
My great grandfather built that trig station, carried all the necessary materials to the top by hand - then 2 of my great-great aunts were the first females to reach the top of Mt Holdsworth in 1874. Could you possible email me a larger photo of the trig station so I can get it framed? Thankyou
Susan Brader
294) Jo-Anne 
Location:
Australia
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Monday, 22 July 2013 03:51 Write a comment

Thank you so much for your great story and information on your stay in Dobbiaco. It helped us decide on a base for our first week of 2 in this fabulous part of the world.
We have just returned from week staying in beautiful little Santa Maria (Aufkirchen). It was a bit of a slog uphill with the groceries and wine but well worth it!!
The hotel (opposite our apartment)in Santa Maria had some of the best food I have tasted in Europe.
Cheers
293) Brett Chatterton 
Location:
Sydney
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Thursday, 27 June 2013 23:04 Write a comment

Truly inspirational. My in laws live near Narooma and i too love walking the south coast. I planned a walk from Ulladulla to Narooma but the logistics and timing put me off. Managed Congo to Dalmeny instead. river crossings was one issue.

You have reignited the fire.
292) Bekir Demirag 
Location:
Turkey
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Thursday, 20 June 2013 08:19 Write a comment

Ich suche David und Pennie Briese familie. Ich kenne diese familie Kaçkar Mountains- Dilberdüzü.(Juli 2011 )
Ich werde einige Foto senden.
Ich habe nicht Briese familie adresse.
Ich bin ein sportjurnalist. Ich arbeite in Kayseri Stadt.
Wenn mir hilfen schon jetzt vielen dank.
Ich warte David and Pennie Briese family adresse.
Auf wiedersehen.

meine adresse:
facebook : Bekir Demirağ
und
bdzirveci38@hotmail.com
291) Maria Taurizano 
Location:
Sofia Bulgaria
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Saturday, 15 June 2013 10:25 Write a comment

I'm just reading your web page, I consider myself nomadic too. I'm from Argentina, today I'm in Sofia, Bulgaria, and very soon, next week, I'll move to the mountains to work in a biological and organic garden project. I'm coming from Southeast Asia, and before I was walking in Himalayas, before walking in Huella Andina Patagonia, before... Rila, Pirin, Carpathians... I did the Lycian Way, and I was searching information about Kaçkar, and so, I found you. You're great!


Maria Taurizano Saturday, 15 June 2013 10:32
Usually I walk alone, but some of the trekks I did them with one of my two sons, who is actually living in Mexico, one of the countries where we live some years before. I send you some of my blogs
http://lacasaconruedas.blogspot.com (this was by car, from México to Argentina) larutalycia
lahuellaandina
diariohimalaya
And thank you for sharing your experience!!!!
290) Rozsa Vidak 
Location:
Hungary, Budapest
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Wednesday, 5 June 2013 05:24 Write a comment

Thanks for sharing your dinner at Dilberdüzü! It gave us lots of energy after a long and stormy day :)

We are planning our next trip, probably to Turkey or Caucasus. While searching on the net for Ala Daglar, we found your page and realized, that is you guys. It was so good to find our green tent on your pictures at Dilberdüzü :)

Greetings from Hungary, Budapest
Rozsa, Zsolt
289) Carol 
Location:
Hampshire
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Tuesday, 28 May 2013 13:23 Write a comment

Without doubt the most beautiful section on my Lykian Way walk was in Adrasan. Stayed at Maviay Hotel. Thank you so much you were just what I needed.
288) Orielh 
Location:
London, UK
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Friday, 10 May 2013 04:56 Write a comment

Thinking of doing the Singalila trek in the Autumn and found your site very interesting. Thanks
287) Saptarshi Ghosh 
Location:
India
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Friday, 3 May 2013 15:00 Write a comment

Please let us know which travel agency you havechoosen for green lake trek.We would like to go for green lake trek in this year.
286) Emily Pinkus 
Location:
Australia
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Tuesday, 30 April 2013 08:34 Write a comment

Thanks for your wonderful diaries - I operate a walking tour company and I love reading your posts as part of my research for upcoming tours. The descriptions of the trails, landscapes and plants are great and I love how you capture the feel of the areas you visit. I love all the beautiful photos. Your posts are valuable for daydreamers and planners alike!
285) nancy 
Location:
SK, Canada
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Friday, 22 March 2013 23:57 Write a comment

Hi there,
I came across your account of hiking in China on the Great Wall. When were you there? (I must have missed that detail)
I've been trying to decide which company to book with & was encouraged by your info. Would you have done anything differently with respect to that hike? Thanx in advance:)
284) MC 
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Friday, 22 March 2013 14:40 Write a comment

Last summer, I discovered your wonderful website / blog about hiking in the Nelson Lakes National Park, NZ when I was investigating the Angelus Circuit. I was an inexperienced (but athletic) backpacker who was considering taking an ‘active’ vacation with a NZ tour company. Well, I just returned from the fabulous trip a few weeks ago, and we hiked from St. Arnaud to the Lakehead Hut, spent the night, then hiked along the Hukere Stream toward the ridgeline to the lovely Angelus Hut, spent the night, and headed back to St. Arnaud via Robert Ridge. It was a real adventure for me . . . and I’m no longer a complete backpacking novice!

Thank you very much for providing the commentary and pictures. It’s a hike worth taking!
283) Elvi 
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Monday, 18 March 2013 20:22 Write a comment

Truly beautiful, informative and insightful. We are doing the 800-km Camino Frances in a couple of weeks - and having the jitters - so truly glad to read this. Thanks a lot!
282) Rosie* 
Location:
Paris
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Monday, 28 January 2013 13:21 Write a comment

Hello beautiful Nomads,

First of all I hope this message finds you both in good health and in good spirits.

I am peruvian, lived in australia for 10 years and now live in Paris. I have married a lovely french man and together we head to my motherland for our honeymoon later on in the year.

I was doing some research and found your wonderful site. It is so inspiring, full of information and you make us feel as if we are walking right beside you. Thankyou.

I left peru at 13 with my mother. The situation in the country was very difficult back then. I left behind my family and my country for a brighter future in Australia. I've only gone back to Peru once in the past 22 years.

This trip to South america is really important for me to re-discover the country of my origin and my people and also for my husband JP to see where I come from.

I think we will only have between 4 and 5 weeks as we are both working so don't think we can afford any more time off... I was wondering if it would not be too much hassle if I could please ask you a few things about organising our trip. For example things to absolutely not miss and things to maybe put last on our list.



Gracias

Rosie
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