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  1. This is good..its about time you guys realized that you were born travellers..and whats better than to document it and share it with those trapped in their daily 9 to5’s
    Looking forward to many more photos..

  2. Great work and beautiful photographs! Thanks for sharing your travel stories and look forward to reading more πŸ™‚

  3. I just wanted to say that I took a look at your blog and it looks like you’ve had some great experiences and some great plans for the future. My blog is pretty simple in comparison, but I don’t seem to have much time to spend on it. I love taking pictures so just toss them out there. Maybe one day I’ll get time to organize my posts in categories so people can access the countries and topics they’re interested in easier. Anyway, your blog looks great and I look forward to hearing more about your travels.

    1. Hi Debbie! It takes time to build a blog. Don’t worry – you will get there! And I loved your photographs, especially the ones from Argentina. It’s a country we want to visit. πŸ™‚

    1. Wow! Do you plan a trip to Antarctica? It’s our dream trip. I do hope we can make it, someday. Look forward to reading your account on Argentina. Do you also watch Argentinian films? Ricardo Darin is one of my favourite actors. πŸ™‚

      1. I’m thinking I might do a cruise there someday. First I’d like to see more of Patagonia and other spots in the Andes. I watch some Argentinian films, but mostly read the newspapers, novels and historical stuff. My favourite author is Isabel Allende (but she’s Chilean) I like tango, but prefer the Andean flute, siku and charango music played mostly in Bolivia and Peru. Argentina is multi-cultural and most Argentinians have a great joie de vivre. That’s why I like living there a lot of the time. Also, the geography varies from tropical to frigid, high mountain to coast so lots of interesting terrain to explore. And excellent wine at bargain basement prices.

  4. Cheryl, I’ve been taking this free online course on mountains at our local university here in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I thought you might enjoy part of today’s lecture… it’s about our “ideas” of mountains… looking at how cultures have loved and revered, or hated and feared, mountains over time. There’s an interesting passage on how the Korean culture came to love mountains long before Europeans did. You might enjoy it. It’s at about the 6:15 point in the video.

    1. Thanks so much for this, Sheri. Sorry, I just saw your message. I had taken a short break, to visit my folks, I’ve just come back to Seoul. Will definitely read it. I already like the sound of it. Thanks so much! Hugs!

  5. Love your blog! Such beautiful pictures and great posts. Thanks for following me as well. It’s an honor to do the same.I look forward to reading more of your adventures. Regards, Darryl

  6. Hi Cheryl, I haven’t seen one of your posts for a little while so I just wanted to let you know that I miss them and I hope you are doing well and are in good spirits. Your blog is my favourite – I find you to be a very talented writer and love reading your posts.

    1. Hi Debbie! Your comment made my day! πŸ™‚
      I’m sorry, I should have written a post about my brief sabbatical, but things have been chaotic here. We moved into a new apartment last month and it’s taking forever to get settled in. We have to get our paperwork sorted by month end. It’s draining me and I don’t have the energy to write. 😦 Breaks like these make it difficult to get back to blogging. A big hug and thank you for the encouragement. I know how much I need it now! Hope to end the dry spell by next week. xo

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