Lisa Van Muyen's Guestbook



27th October 2010

PLAN TO VISIT HK AND MACAU
I HAVE NOT BEEN TO HK AND MACAU SO I PLAN TO VISIT IN MID OF DECEMBER 2010. THANK FOR THE GREAT INFORMATION AND WILL TRY MY VERY BEST TO VISIT MOST OF THE ABOVE PLACE. wHERE CAN I HAVE GOOD DIM SUM IN HK
10th September 2010

Cool photos ! You are the most beautiful maikosan. Thank you for sharing me your precious experience.
27th October 2009

Haplong boats
Very interesting area...looks like the place to live....on the water... yaaaaaaa...margo the boats too big....too much clean...????????ing.......
From Blog: Halong Bay
24th October 2009

wow
What a trip. You are lucky, Lisa.
From Blog: Nha Trang
24th October 2009

spectacular
Only two things! I didn't know that chocolate springles is/was a Dutch product, and as in described in the pictures Von Siebold was not a Dutchmen but a German working for the Dutch. Otherwise his name would have been 'Van Siebolt'. But nevertheless this is amazing! And 152 hectare??
23rd October 2009

I think your Dad should buy that boat ! (the big one)
From Blog: Halong Bay
23rd October 2009

Sapa Trip
Hi there! My friend and I went to Sapa in September of last year. I am not sure if they will still be green in November, it might be after harvest season. Maybe check with some other travellers? Have a great trip!
21st August 2009

What month of the year did you go
Hi, we are planning a Sapa trip around November 25 and are wondering whether the rice fields will be green
23rd April 2009

Lots to see in a day, Great pictures, what is the lucky food?
From Blog: Hanoi
23rd April 2009

Lisa, you are one adventurous person - there is so much you have shown us out of the ordinary and so personally done. Just beautiful. Thanks (don't look at the date)
19th March 2009

nice photos of banaue
thanks for the appreciation, miss the place too as presently here in japan. should read Take me with by american travel writer Brad Newsham....tks
27th February 2009

JUST NICE
I DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT BUENOS AIRES FOR TOURIST. IT IS THE FIRST COMMENT ABOUT THE CITY. REGARDS.ROBERTO MCH
10th December 2008

good thing you didn't adopt all those little babies you fell in love with over the past 3 years - our house would be very full LOL - amazing photos and how nice to see all that colour.
9th December 2008

Amazing Pictures of a culture that only the vary adventurous tourists will experience.
21st November 2008

first day in japan and lisa's got me eating tentacles, lol. thanks for being my tour guide, and draggin' me out to all those temples uphill!!
21st November 2008

terracotta
the pictures turned out great. can't believe we were actually there.
21st November 2008

Magnitude of explosive fun?? haha. I think that club has your picture up with a caption: "dont let this girl in". And so does the cab driver.
21st November 2008

AGAIN...TOTALLY AMAZING...
14th November 2008

Cable Car and Tram
Your pictures make the tram and cable car worth while. Pictures explain more than words and being there is priceless. Thanks for sharing. Uncle John
14th November 2008

I'd like the Vegetarian lunch please ! No wonder you are getting bored being back home – nowhere near as picturesque or exciting here at this time of year. Next .....
12th November 2008

TOTALLY INCREDIBLE.....WOW...
11th November 2008

A very interesting piece of history.
Your pics are truely amazing, suprised you could actually get up close and personal with the warriors. Curiously why were they buried? Uncle John
9th November 2008

WOW
I always wanted to see these terra-cotta warriors – so now I have – through your eyes ! Imagine being the person to find them - pretty scary finding those painted faces peering up at you from the earth !
14th October 2008

Beautiful pictures
Great blog entry Lisa, so nice to see all the pictures from your travels - and SO NICE to have you home : ) ox
9th October 2008

As usual your thoughts are also expressed in your pictures. Uncle John

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