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#21 Posted : Friday, July 1, 2011 10:24:11 AM(UTC)
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In this case the length of the path and determine population no significant factor of 43 that the population there lives within an average of three hours of flight path. Long live oluksia us a. Walk the trail (tops).

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#22 Posted : Friday, July 1, 2011 5:01:33 PM(UTC)
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About who does everything for this sequence doesn't really matter how far he lives away.

Some passengers and fact-Europe, America and other guys to go in them.

About the day, that's another story, and yankele right, although the problem is not just along the path but primarily distance from proper settlement (i.e.-hole).

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#23 Posted : Sunday, July 3, 2011 12:55:48 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Yagil] for perspective, the Appalachian spring (3.5 times as long is 43 times more populated country) finish every year about 500-600 people only. If we have ' several hundred ', so we're really empowering walks.

This comparison some of Luca's set as explained to you.

But mostly I agree we kind of claim itself.

Every year there are some Israelis on the PCT and AT TMB and the GR20 and not to mention the many thanks AV1 Amnon think hiking destination popular makeover.

And my own anecdote, about 15 minutes after we started a four-day Trek, the houses of espot hasn't gone down and the first team from all downhill were 5 young guys one of them t-shirts with the inscription "kvutzat yavne"

We talked a bit and they turned out for five weeks on the GR11 and down to the village to obtain and do laundry.

Half an hour walk and reach Lake maurycy and meet there two pairs of adults (not just came to terkists Lake)

Later days and free third night another four Israelis who arrived some us Refugio rstanka Lake.

And this is in addition to us we were a group of 16 Israelis.

Now to get proportions than seen in the evening in various Refugio

70% of atiilim are Spanish, another 25% French (France is the other side of the ridge) and only 5%. Some Germans, Poles, 5 guys English and. .. A lot of Israelis (relatively speaking of course).

No scientific research but certainly seems that some of the Israelis in many tracks length is high relative to the total weight of the world's population.

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#24 Posted : Sunday, July 3, 2011 1:38:40 PM(UTC)
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Absolutely right, look how Chinese and how there going.

Some Americans have and how?

Some Indonesians have some going.

Japanese, Germans, Britons, French-from what I've seen in European pathways, there are lots of walking.

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#25 Posted : Sunday, July 3, 2011 3:00:11 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = זמי1]

Absolutely right, look how Chinese and how there going.

Some Americans have and how?

Some Indonesians have some going.

Japanese, Germans, Britons, French-from what I've seen in European pathways, there are lots of walking.

There is no end to arguments for and against the thesis:))

On the one hand, the Chinese and the Indonesians (and the Indians, and some other Nations) can claim that those countries where 90 percent of the population so poor they anyway in their country all their lives once so I don't really know how many of them trekking enthusiasts.

On the other hand before you glorify the Germans and the French to remember whom it just to get in the car or on the train and night for Mecca. But some of them on a plane and fly a few hours good (about the costs involved) to make the long paths in the U.S. or Israel trail? Few if at all (as opposed to the Israelis that any hole, no matter how many hours it takes to fly to).

So on one hand we no better than Chinese and Indonesians. Only richer than them and we may not only better than Chinese and Indonesians, but even the French and the Germans we have little.

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#26 Posted : Sunday, July 3, 2011 5:28:18 PM(UTC)
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And the Chinese, Indonesians and other nationalities not census multiplayer contribute much to the statistics on Israel. Yankale17 40727.6034143519
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#27 Posted : Thursday, July 7, 2011 7:05:46 PM(UTC)
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The way the Chinese, Indo ... And the rest, go mooneeee.

No money for the bus, much less the car or plane.

The only problem is that the Trek is to the nearest village or town. Pretty boring.

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