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Comments: Four shoes and a bike pump

All I say is lucky that it was just a gear stick against your thigh!
Pls humour me with the names of the currencies of Mauritania and Senegal. My favourite so far is the "kip" of Laos which amuses Netherlanders as "kip" is Dutch for chicken. The Mongolian togrog sounds quite revolting.
Have fun in Senegal, sounds like a fascinating palce. I once shared a house in Seoul with an one eyed Senegalese guy who waxed lyrical about his homeland.

Posted by emma tariket at March 2, 2009 10:20 AM


All I say is lucky that it was just a gear stick against your thigh!
Pls humour me with the names of the currencies of Mauritania and Senegal. My favourite so far is the "kip" of Laos which amuses Netherlanders as "kip" is Dutch for chicken. The Mongolian togrog sounds quite revolting.
Have fun in Senegal, sounds like a fascinating palce. I once shared a house in Seoul with an one eyed Senegalese guy who waxed lyrical about his homeland.

Posted by emma tariket at March 2, 2009 10:20 AM


Ahh Jim you make me laugh - I enjoyed reading your last two updates after a long day decorating and looking after Holly as well - a day back in the office would be much less tiring just messing about speaking to people and updating wspan q's and options :-)
You really should take up writing "for real" when you have finished your travels
Take care and I hope the boots hold out!

Posted by Vicki Moss at March 2, 2009 4:28 PM


Great stuff...
Can you by any chance send me the link to the story of your Asia tour in 2003 (?)? I just want to check if you eventually found your Gibbons?

After I left Laos, I eventually got stuck in China (it's the 15th month) and I hate it. Please tell me more about the outside world!!!!

Posted by Richy at March 9, 2009 9:14 AM


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