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    Day 500 – A Beautiful Day # 500

    Early morning in Cemoro Lawang...

    Early morning in Cemoro Lawang...

    Early morning in Cemoro Lawang...

    Sunrise over Cemoro Lawang...

    The volcanoes Batok, Bromo and Semeru (from front to back)...Fantastic!

    Smoking Semeru Volcano

    Batok Volcano

    Fog clad Cemoro Lawang...

    The volcanoes Batok, Bromo and Semeru (from front to back)...Fantastic!

    On this day..

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    6 Responses to “Day 500 – A Beautiful Day # 500”

    1. Esben Says:

      Alt for fede billeder du får disket op med i dette historiske indslag (endnu ét).
      Jeg kan næste dufte cigaretternes sødelige røg i luften og den specielle stemning som Indonesien frembringer i mine minder.
      Det er vildt at tænke på at 500+ dage er gået og at du er et sted derude men på måde også er lige her, fagre nye verden, men det er da vildt når man tænker lidt over det.
      Stemning i Kolbiano familien er i top for tiden og der bliver set frem til vores eget lille eventyr og powershopping i Bangkok senere på måneden. Liva pigen vokser, og her er det ikke killingen Liva, men derimod pigen Liva der tænkes på. det ville sgu set lidt syret med hvis Ditte ammede en lille killing, nåh det var et lille sidespring herfra..
      Eventyr med paraplyklapvogn og bæresele, det er sgu en udfordring selv ikke Koga’en kan hamle op med!!!
      Alt det bedste går fra mig ud til dig i tankerne.
      Ha’ det godt min ven og husk at der altid er længere hjem når man kigger sig over skulderen.
      Ses & Hygge

      Ps Har du et estimat på hvornår du rammer Bali?

    2. Fjumse Says:

      Kære Esben-chef…

      Tusind tak for de dejlige ord. Skønt!

      Powershopping i BKK med paraplyklapvogn! Wow. Jeg kan næsten fornemme, at Kogaen bliver grøn af angst for at jeg selv skal gå de veje en dag. Den bliver så ensom, så ensom. For den dag kommer jo…

      Jeg er på Bali nu. Har været her i ca. 10 dage – hvis altså en uge i Kuta, hvoraf jeg kvikt vurderet tror jeg klart husker godt det halve, tæller med! Er i Ubud i siddende stund. Lombok er næste skud.

      Nicolai (kigger altid fremad)

    3. Mlle Sara Says:

      What amazing and inspiring shots!
      The scenery is gorgeous.

      I am just trying to figure out what I will actually do for the year to come… Plans that will be changed of course! If I hear “don’t go to Africa” once more I think I will lose it. Someone is bound to get slaped. Anyways.. I can’t wait to put the backpack on.

      Hugs & thoughts, hehe
      Sara xx

      I loved the baby seaturtles! Lucky man!

    4. Fjumse Says:

      Hi Mlle Sara…

      Great to hear from you! As you know, you are always welcome here! 🙂 Thanks for the roses.

      Don´t listen to those people. “Africa” as a concept is a wildly exaggrerated – and unjustly so, I think – dangerous place that people who never went there often have the strongest and most fearful feelings about. It´s just people like you and me and all that jazz. As a very seasoned traveller yourself you know all that.

      I´ll be looking forward reading about your further travels, Sara.

      Hugs & thoughts (for you as well)

      Nicolai

      PS. I´d NEVER go to Africa….Alone!!! Forget about it!

    5. Mlle Sara Says:

      Nicolai, dear, to each their own; I’d NEVER go to the outback on a bike… by myself!!! With all them crocodiles! NooOO!

      I prefer to get exchanged for cattle, as it is much more convenient. I’d get a husband and all. I wouldn’t have to lie about my status. I do have the most excellent engagement pictures now and I really wouldn’t want to throw them out. The Aosta Valley makes for a gorgeous backdrop.

      I thought you wanted to go to Africa? Eventually, maybe with a nice tour group 😛 Cozy! By the way, how are you doing?

      beijos,
      Sara

    6. Fjumse Says:

      Hi Sara…

      The trouble with the cow exchange thing is to find out how many cows (or camels or whatever creature currency the folks are dealing with) your life’s worth. I like you, so I’d say quite a lot. But those Africans, you really never know about ’em, do you? 100 fine cattle specimen would be a good starting price – don’t go for less than 50!

      Glad you sorted out the wedding photos, though!

      BTW, I’m very fine. Didn’t I tell you. It’s always like that! You know that…

      See you out there, Mlle Sara…

      Beijos

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