LuBarnham's Guestbook



7th October 2008

Hi Stephen Paul, thanks for your message. i hope you do get a chance to go to Japan because it's awesome, and i always read back my blogs and think i fail to convey just what a fantastic place it is in which to travel. Just had a look at your own page and am amazed by your travels. will have to take a closer look! Lu
5th October 2008

Congratulations. Wow!
5th October 2008

Congratulations!
Im only sorry of one thing, that I didnt find your travelblog sooner. Sounds like an incredible journey! Ive wanted to visit Japan since i was little and still have yet to- It was really nice to read your stories of your great trek. Best thing is I have several more to read about your journey! How much longer are you on the road travelling? Did you see any Yamabushi?
18th September 2008

thanks sue :) its so great catching trains now instead of walking, haha! my feet love me. looking forward to seeing you when i get back. x
12th September 2008

total awe
lu you have done such a great job i am totally overwhelmed with your achievement.so very well done
12th September 2008

hi; just visiting, and its a good place, lively and exciting. good luck with the move, im sure youll enjoy matsuyama.
10th September 2008

hey
hey i came across your blog and i am moving to matsuyama soon. are you a teacher there or are you just visiting? how do you like it?
4th September 2008

thanks em, i`ll try!
2nd September 2008

He he chocolate brownies and weird sirens lol! U go girl, you'll make it.
2nd September 2008

Reading this entry made me feel strangely surreal and calm especially about the place you mentioned, which has a high suicide rate, weirdly it sounded tranquil and calm. Glad the feet are better..
1st September 2008

thanks sanjay :)
From Blog: Bidar
31st August 2008

Forts around pune
See the forts around pune pictures from traverge dot com... I am sure yiou don't wanna miss them!
From Blog: Rural Indeed
31st August 2008

Woderfull...
You have gone cross border! Maharashtra to Bijapur on Karnataka .. Fantastics.. Do check these forts next time! just around pune.. torna, karnala, Matheran ..etxc.. Get the complete list at traverge dot com
From Blog: Into the Deccan
29th August 2008

thanks
thanks a lot mam 4 appreciating beauty of bdr whic it really deserves....... im sanjay dixit currently studyin in bangalore it was heart breakin to see a foreighner write so beautifully about my place thanks a lot .....straight from heart
From Blog: Bidar
13th August 2008

its my pleasure, bidar is a great place.
From Blog: Bidar
13th August 2008

the oozing is less severe now, thanks! i have got into the habit of squishing them several times a day with antiseptic. oh what a glamorous life i lead! hope you:re well x
5th August 2008

Thanksgiving
Hello LuBarnham, This is Pavan from Bidar, i'm proud of u for Highlighting Bidar to this world, Some people here in India, particularly in our Karnataka state, dont know even Where is Bidar. When this is the condition means, how one can know the rich Heritage existing in Bidar. Due to regional Imbalance, our Province was out of scope in the area of development. Due to lack of political interest our province is Step-Mom Treated every time when there a talk about development of our city. Thanks for exploring our city and its rich cultural existence, It will one or the otherway help in bringing some greater number oftourists to our city. thanks a lot..
From Blog: Bidar
4th August 2008

Hi Lu i'm sorry to hear about the blisters. are they still oozing? i would like to come up with some clever idea but the only i have is make sure their kept clean don't get infected. ooo maybe burst them and the bandage them up. aside from the blisters the trip looks amazing and the outfit is pretty cool and you do pull it off really well.
13th July 2008

Hi Pritam, thanks for reading my blogs. I think the thing i like most about India is how vivid life seems on a daily basis - everything is loud and bright and busy. No two days are quite the same, on every street something is happening at any given time. I think, as a foreigner, this is intensified, too, by the various differences between Indian culture and an outsiders. I think it's a fascinating place to travel, and the kindness of the people we have met along the way makes all the difference. I just had a look on the map and spotted Burwan. Got to say, I've got a real soft spot for West Bengal. So green and lush. Bishnupur is the closest i have been to your district. I visited in 2006 and thought it was beautiful. Thanks again for reading. Best wishes.
From Blog: On Leaving India
12th July 2008

Hello Lu Barnham
I'm an Indian. I've read all blogs written by you. Most are very beautiful. I've lived all my life in Burdwan(60 miles from Kolkata). What do you like most about India?
From Blog: On Leaving India
12th July 2008

Thanks, Appu.
12th July 2008

Laura, we should meet up in Chinatown when i get back in October :)
12th July 2008

Naveen, thanks for your message. What a great place to grow up (of course, Hyderabad is fantastic too.) I hope I'm lucky enough to visit Bidar again some day.
From Blog: Bidar
11th July 2008

Bidar
Dear mam, I am so glad that you have been visited bidar, and you liked it, thanks for that, it is my home town where I brought up but not i am stay in Hyderabad. bidar is having verygood tourist place but because of non-advertisement of those historical places and monuments, people are not aware of it. Thankyou so much. Please visit again. bye
From Blog: Bidar

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