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Su an “Yogurt Man Cometh” isimli kitabınızı okuyorum.
Kisa, oz ve Turk kulturune cok boyutlu bir bakis acisi sunuyor.
“Kulturler arasi iletisim” ve “Turk Imaji” konularinda calisan bir arastirmaci olarak gozlemleriniz benim icin cok degerli.
Dr. Nihan AYTEKIN
(Celal Bayar Universitesi_Manisa_Turkey)
Çok teşekkür ederim!
When can one expect to see the red poppies blooming throughout France and Belgium?
It’s a spring flower, so figure April, depending on how long winter stretches, and likely into June. Although I’ve read you can see them as late as August, I wouldn’t expect that to be in abundance or a guarantee.
Hey Kevin, just read your article in the Chicago Tribune. I am writing ti you from Hereford and Hops in Escanaba. Wondering if we could talk. We were the first Brewpub in the Upper Peninsula but were the only one not in the article.
Hi Mike! I am very familiar with you and I am just now working on your listing in my forthcoming book Michigan’s Best Beer Guide. I stopped by this summer but you were at a fest that day. I’m sorry if that article looked like a snub! The Tribune had already written you up in a “Breweries of Lake Michigan” piece (http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2011-07-14/travel/ct-beer-by-the-lake_1_home-brewing-hobby-american-craft-breweries-irish-ale) so when I pitched the idea to them, they wanted something different. The article was SUPPOSED to be “Michigan’s Lake Superior Brews” and it was supposed to run last September as a fall colors item. I’ll be posting a version of it on my site or Pilsgrimage.com and will be happy to make it simply the UP in its entirety.
My name is Eugene and along with you, Marty and enelis I am one of the roghudi four. Yes region calabria man !!! Great to see your writing success. IM still TEFL, married to Pauline and living in Dublin. More soon.
Eugene!!!!! Holy hell where have you been???? Was so excited to see your message I actually almost forgot to respond. Called Marty first. Ha. Shoot me an email at revtravel at the yahoo com variety. I’m on Facebook and Twitter under my own name if you do that sort of thing. I rather prefer emails but I suppose posting photos has its entertainment value. I contacted LL once in an attempt to find you, but they weren’t much help. Email me!
Eugene, You still there???
I’m hoping to go to Palestine via Jordan end of September. I’m Pakistani (British born with a British passport)
Do you envisage much problems for me? And can I exit and re-enter Israel?
There shouldn’t be any visa troubles. If you do have any hassles for being Pakistani, please report them to us, but the passport and rules shouldn’t make trouble for you. I’ve never been to Palestine. I imagine they watch entries pretty closely, so they may ask a lot of questions. Just be cheery and honest, I always say.
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