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io_travel  
#21 Posted : Tuesday, November 20, 2012 5:32:13 PM(UTC)
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Thanks mrwise
Desire and motivation is important!
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#22 Posted : Tuesday, November 20, 2012 11:54:39 PM(UTC)
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I have a problem with Amber's blog
When I finished reading her experiences I feel I don't have anything else to experience myself.
She somehow manages to get the reader to first-person perspective.
You should write for Cicerone
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#23 Posted : Tuesday, November 20, 2012 11:54:42 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = shaharellert] mrwise, we're still waiting to turn Monte Rosa summary.


Right!
Was a bit busy and rejected and rejected,
First thing this weekend.
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#24 Posted : Wednesday, November 21, 2012 12:00:01 AM(UTC)
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Amnon.
I take things as a compliment (huge!) but I still feel ... To apologize.
Lucky left several "trails" to have (both) to experience next time.
Ideas? Renjo La Ama Dablam, Kongma La, Island Peak Base Camp. hehehehe
You forgive?

And besides, if I write so readers cicerone sat there on the eastern side of Chula and waiting for some Nepalese guide tells them that trail passes right 20 m. Shouldn't! 41233.8772569444 io_travel
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#25 Posted : Wednesday, November 21, 2012 1:08:02 AM(UTC)
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Did you leave some pickled trails but now I must hurry.

The dawn of a perfect story up for the Forum. His affairs and reporting to Cooney as required and complete the picture.
Anyone interested in this track can copy his reporting on a map that has a message all the skeleton track.

The blog is by nature more literary writing serves as a reflection of personal perspective. Thoughts about experiences. But it's easy to sink into banality. Each of us feel Super, but not one soul can authenticity when he describes the mpazzim Cricket at the end of the Rugby or sunlight to sleep. It is easy to succumb to clich?s and is great to be able to capture the moment at an angle. This is the big one on your blog and that's what makes it interesting. All mountain tour consists of minutes of memory experiences but ultimately is just the whole with some captures of exceptional insulator. I'll give an extreme example for clarification. When I got the apalazim pulled in 1993, after three weeks, his ACL in his left leg and the pain was so intense that you most downs went in reverse. I had a lot of doubts about my ability to survive for retirement thoughts flooded me. I remember the morning I decided to retire the trail. It was nice and warm and the pain made me crazy. At some point that morning, a giant rock were oshaanim two walking sticks and a bottle of water. The bottle was attached a note left the sticks and/or water for those who need them. I've been in shock and think a lot onto the rock, took off all my clothes and lay helpless self-portrait from the Sun. That was the moment I knew I was done for no matter what. At that moment I felt the universe supports me and causal. The same feeling of the moment is what I cherish in memory. It's just about conservation.

So when I read your blog I am impressed by your ability to capture the moment and simply wouldn't describe it.
Here are some examples from the first few pages.

I'm looking into it through the taxi window, happy to be at this point, "isolated" from the hustle and bustle outside by layers of upholstery, glass and metal.

I always find myself a little surprised at this moment of the beginning of the journey, each small step "means" almost inconceivable. I know of two or three days it will show me as natural world: getting up every morning in a strange place, pretty much the same clothes I wore yesterday, to eat breakfast with new people, to look at the map, loading the Backpack on his back and just ... To start walking.


She approached me and gently (it knows very little English) put the pillow between my back and backrest and fold the blanket to this size to fit me exactly — and wraps. As wrap baby or a baby. And from that moment, forget the difficulty of today.
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#26 Posted : Wednesday, November 21, 2012 2:52:45 PM(UTC)
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Dawn -many thanks for the excellent post.
The pictures attached. Degrees forgotten (similar route travelled in 2001) and want to go back there again.

Amber ? joining compliments of everyone in General, and Tilapia.

Like the previous blogs, this blog I read eagerly and I enjoyed very much. Really great to have ability to describe not only the track, but also the "Trek" experience on all sides.

I wish you more pictures (large format) to taste some more outside of the show.

So what did we have? WHR, TMB and now «EBC.
Lucky to have many more combinations of three letters in English.

Travel along life
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#27 Posted : Wednesday, November 21, 2012 3:23:44 PM(UTC)
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Amnon wow. Thanks a lot!
You know what's funny? I'm not "fictional". I even kind of Lisp (and full of typos. But you already know this) that "leaves me just hiking.
The ב"חיבור maturity" went after some 10 minutes (and it's not because I'm done.)

And Jonathan ... AV1, AV2 and if possible, some with 4: GR10, GR54. A very partial list!

Not to mention a week after I got back from Nepal I ordered from cirerone the book: "Trekking in Ladakh".

Compared to other guns, and Amnon available here (pardon the use of the word like this these days. "Baby")-only 3 hiking/3 years "with you" (how could you not tell me?!?!). But ש"נכבשתי. Big time.

Went the next time.
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#28 Posted : Friday, November 23, 2012 8:23:38 PM(UTC)
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Amber write great, makes me want to drop everything and get on the first plane to the East.
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#29 Posted : Saturday, November 24, 2012 4:08:43 PM(UTC)
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A. lidor-glad you enjoyed, thanks for the feedback.
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