Stuart's Guestbook



19th May 2017
On the train

West Sahara
My Land Rover got a flat tyre traveling along the train line to keep away from land mines. The track was peeling away from itself in huge shards. This was back in 1993
12th January 2016
Tabora - Orion Tabora Hotel

History of the hotel
Is th Orion hotel once the German commandants Hse? If so I was born n the new hospital in 1940 and we lived at the Orion hotel before it was a hotel. My father was Bwana Banki. Mr. John Page of Barclays Bank. I am now nearly 76 years of age!!
20th June 2013
Baliem Valley

Great shot
Reading some of your blogs today. Great stuff. Wish you would publish on travel blog again. We miss your work.
From Blog: Bird of Paradise
11th September 2012

This is a place we would love to visit.
A fascinating world and culture.
From Blog: Bird of Paradise
30th August 2012

Ethiopia-1st encounter
Going to visit Ethiopia for the first time. Plan to see northern historic route of Gondar, Simien Mountains, Axum and Lalibela, then head south to Arbra Mich and surrounding Omo Valley to visit with the local tribes, and see 3 market days, concluding with a trip to the Mursi. Bon Voyage, we hope!
19th August 2012
Kayan Longhouse, near Belaga, Sarawak.

Kayan longhouse
This is a photo of the moden day kayan Longhouse.
From Blog: The Bats
31st July 2012

:)
Kanchanaburi is a lovely little place, isn\'t it. I didn\'t go to the Tiger Temple at all, despite that my daughter would likely have loved to cuddle the drugged up tigers. We visited the museums, because I like to know as much as possible.
From Blog: The Bridge
27th July 2012
Cana Lodge - Dodoma

Cana lodge is now on the web!
www.dodoma-guide.com/canalodge
15th July 2012

What a story...
Wow! So glad I came across this blog. Looking forward to more posts!! Oh, and your photography is beautiful as well. :)
From Blog: The Bloody Knife
13th June 2012
Kumasi City Centre

Great view
Great view :)
From Blog: The Golden Stool
3rd June 2012
Sagada, Cordillera Mountains

very nice
captured the moment of a man ploughing the field in traditional way. Great shot.
5th February 2012
St Paul's Church, Melaka

ok
i went here before
From Blog: Lord of Malacca
22nd January 2012
Painting that depicts the Ark of the Covenant in the new St Mary of Zion Church, Axum

Blessings to be Rejoiced
I feel the Seventh one watching and feel that the writings were drawn from many cultures from around the world.
29th December 2011
The gang from English First, Cirebon

Nice photo!
Nice girls there in Ceribon :D Cheers from Bali ;) Bibr - www.zivotnabali.cz
23rd December 2011
King Sidabutar's Grave on Samosir Island, Lake Toba.

thanks mr. Stuart
many thanks to you mr. stuart, i like your photo, regards, rolas s
19th December 2011

You are a 2011 TravelBlog favourite blogger!
Check this out, and feel free to add some 2011 TravelBlog favourite anythings of your own. :) http://www.travelblog.org/Topics/30521-1.html
29th November 2011

Omo Valley
The Omo Valley is such a beautiful place. The people are the most unique individuals I do believe that you will ever see in your life. I hope that the construction of the Gibe III Hydroelectric dam does not destroy these wonderful people. Excellent photos!
26th October 2011
Hotel 17, Manhattan, New York

MY OLD HOME
I am a 59 year old person from michigan and beleive it or not I use to live there when i was three years old. I have some pictures if management is interested. We moved from there when i was five years old. I actually remember playing in the park as a youngster. I am glad to see this great building is still alive. Thank you for allowing my comments.
25th August 2011

Great pics.... I could see, I could get may information, many stories about the places, the cultures, the peoples, their live style, etc ... Even I couldn't go there but it seems like I am there... Thanks Stu.... Keep sail .....
11th July 2011

Great pics, thanks :) I was there in 2007 and yes, those 5 minute handshakes can be a bit disconcerting at first!
From Blog: Bird of Paradise
7th April 2011

Very Informative
What a beautiful blog very informative. It's a shame schools skim this part of history as it is hundreds of years that are overlooked.
From Blog: The Golden Stool
25th February 2011
Kumasi City Centre

clean city
the pictures are very nice in fact am proud to be ashanti
From Blog: The Golden Stool
23rd February 2011
House of the Rising Sun in New Orleans

\"House of the Rising Sun:
I thought the "House .. ..." was a Women's Prison.
25th January 2011
Cape Coast

Dir. Of Diversity Affairs
Wonderful pictures. I went back home five years ago to documentary on slave trade. As a result, I went to Cape coast, Elimina and other places to take to support my subject. Unfortunately, I have misplace my work. As a result, seeing your pictures certainly brings back memories including Kakum. I am grateful that you posting or shared these grate pictures because I am preparing another presentation and I can definitely use wonderful picture such as yours. Thanks Rex Osae
From Blog: The Golden Stool
2nd January 2011

Too Touristy
I found El Calafate too touristy for my liking although I'm glad I went for the glaciers. I'm returning there in February but it's more or less a base for making onward travel arrangements in Patagonia and also a break from exploring. Thanks for the comment on my Winter Wonderland at Home Blog. Happy Travels! Regards Dawn

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