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6th January 2015
Mona Monkey

Mona Monkey
The mona monkey is an Old World monkey that lives throughout western Africa. The mona monkey can also be found on the island of Grenada as it was transported to the island aboard slave ships headed to the New World during the 18th century. The mona monkey is lively and is one of the most widely exhibited members of the guenon group of African monkeys. Related species such as Campbellā€™s monkey (C. campbelli) and the crested guenon (C. pogonias) are sometimes loosely referred to as monas. All belong to the Old World monkey family, Cercopithecidae.
10th November 2014

ive heard a litle about this monastery but only through travellers blog posts, is this a place one could go to live train and study with the monks for extended periods of time, like 1-3 years, how inviting would they be of something like thaty??
18th February 2015

I met another traveler there who had stayed for about 6 months. Pretty sure you'd be able to stay for an indefinite period of time as long as you respect all the rules of the monastery.
26th June 2014
Snaefellsness Peninsula

Great pic. Evokes the imagination...what secrets are within? One of many fabulous pics in this blog. Time to share more gems with the Dancing One...pressing Follow without further delay.
15th October 2013
Up Close

That's an amazing photo!
From Blog: Safari
25th March 2013

Almost Studied There (Cost?)
I was in Dali in 2009 and almost studied at the temple. Do you remember the cost?
6th March 2012

I went to a resteraunt named SAPA, and it was delicous.
From Blog: Epilogue
13th June 2011

manila nighlife
He really enjoys staying here in Manila. Nice picture. From blog manila accommodation
From Blog: Manila Nightlife
30th March 2011

Are we there yet?
Where are you going next?
From Blog: Epilogue
1st March 2011

These are all the rough shots, used them for the blog on the fly. The cropped stuff will eventually be up when I get a chance to do em.
24th February 2011
Beyond The Lake

It's Blue
Lots of water. I would have cropped it but that's just me.
15th January 2011

Hey! Sound s interestig. I'm looking to do Muay Thai training on Ko Pha Ngan. Where did you train?? Do you know anything about the Muay the muay thai camps on the island?
21st December 2010

Do you have to make a reservation to get in or you just walk in??
27th September 2010

And hopefully that quest comes sooner than later!
From Blog: Epilogue
21st September 2010

All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players. - William Shakespeare Your Epilogue was very interesting to read, but I am sure that it was even more interesting to live. Welcome home...until your next quest calls upon you.
From Blog: Epilogue
20th September 2010

it has been absolutley amazing to read your well written blogs...................and It has been an inspirational trip for me too as i have traveled vicariously through you...........welcome home and thanks for sharing
From Blog: Epilogue
17th September 2010

From Blog: Epilogue
16th September 2010

Fabulous blog Danny. Loved reading it. Welcome home. Acher
From Blog: Epilogue
14th September 2010

Great blogs, Danny! Looking forward to hearing many stories when next we meet. Long live freedom and the travel-bug! All the best
From Blog: Epilogue
1st September 2010

Your picture is very beautiful, if you have the opportunity to , Please contact me I will give you more information beacause i love Vietnam and I would recommend it to you. Good luck
24th July 2010

White Lake
I definitely will bring my stirrups and preferably more equipment next time I hit Mongolia!
20th July 2010

Orkhon area
Hello, we apparently visited the same area or so ( I travelled in the Orkhon area, to Kharkhorin ). I haven't been that much bothered by the flies, but I perfectly understand what you describe as "clickers" !!! They were everywhere ! Just in case you are interested by another experience, I give you my blog adress : http://bamilona.over-blog.com ! Plus, I had a chat with a Mongolia specialist yesterday and she told me she brought her stirrups to Mongolia, to avoid a lot of problem... Laure
22nd June 2010

B + W
Best you shoot all in colour, since you can convert any colour shot to b+w. Can't do the opposite though...
From Blog: Ulaan Baatar
22nd June 2010

Last line...
Just read it and don't like it!
From Blog: Ulaan Baatar
15th June 2010

very well written................ love the details BRAVO..............

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