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23rd October 2021

Strange Geology
I have posted some of your pics in TB's "Strange Geology" thread in the Photography Forum. Check 'em out.
25th October 2021

photography forum
That's cool. Let me take a look.
23rd October 2021

Spectacular
What extraordinary rock formations. Great pics Stef. Thanks for sharing.
25th October 2021

rock formations
Thank you Dave. :-)
21st October 2021

Loved the pictures you posted of your travels
The pictures you posted are great in their diversity. I also enjoyed how you wrote about your trip and spoke bout the trails you found and traveled. Being so near to a national park is amazing. Your trip sounded like a great nature adventure. I am making a bucket list of places I hope to got to in the near future and New Brunswick is now on my list of places to go. Thank you for sharing your experience.
21st October 2021

Thanks Valerie :-)
14th August 2021
Monarch butterfly

I am so fascinated by the migration of MB
I am so fascinated by the migration of the Monarch Butterflies. I have twice visited the Monarch Butterfly Nature Reserve in Mexico. First I went on my own, because I really wanted to see them. Then a few years later I brought my mother along on a trip to Mexico and we went there together because she also wanted to see them. I don't think I can link to the blog entries I wrote then but if you want to see them they are dated 2009-12-23 and 2018-12-27. /Ake
14th August 2021
Monarch butterfly

MB
Hi Ake, Yes, i'll check your blogs about monarchs in Mexico. 😀
6th February 2021
shark ray alley

Belize some years before I was there
Some glitch in cyperspace sent me a message that you had posted this now recently. But it looks like you made the trip, and posted the blog, eight years ago or so. Anyway, I like Belize and wanted to know your feelings and read your story. It brought back some nice memories. Emma visited Caye Caulker several years before we started this blog (some time before 2006). She said it was a very laid back place then careting only for backpackers. When I was there in 2015 it felt like they were in the process of trying to attract more group travellers and those who used to be backpackers and like that kind of travelling but are a bit older and can afford decent hotel rooms now. How was your feeling in 2012? /Ake
6th February 2021
shark ray alley

Caye Caulker
Hi Ake, Caye Caulker was still laid back, and much more relax than San Pedro for instance. No cars,but only golfcarts and bikes. We stayed in a very recent little hotel, that was really clean, close to the beach and not that expensive. Apart from Cockscomb jaguar reserve, it was my highlight during that trip. :-)
1st January 2021
Nice pattern

You take marvellous photos
I wish I had half the talent you have in taking photos. That caterpillar is just wonderful. /Ake
1st January 2021
Nice pattern

Photos
Thank you. :-)
1st January 2021
No photo filter added!

Wonderful
That's great colours you have there. Must have been awesome to have seen that. /Ake
28th October 2020
lost river entrance

On the to-do list
Yes, Mammoth Cave is on the list of places we want to go to. Maybe we'll go to the States in 2023. With a bit of luck we'll go there then. /Ake
24th June 2020

Mexico Trips
It seems to have worked now. We loved our time in Mexico and look forward to visiting again :)
23rd June 2020
familiy crossing

Beautiful!
Baby elephants are amazing. Just been looking through your blogs, great collection of reptile and arachnid photos! I couldn't see your blogs in the two Mexico trip folders, but will look again later. Cheers, Ren :)
23rd June 2020
familiy crossing

Animals and Mexican trips
Hello, it's always a pleasure to follow your blogs!!! For me, to view wildlife is always one of my highlights when travelling. During my trip in Thailand, it was a real pleasure to see wild elephants and other animals that I had on my wish list. :-) Regarding Mexican trips, I saw mismatch between my blogs and my trips. I edited my blogs to change some dates so that it would be the time I was there, and not the time I wrote the blogs. I was not able to properly edit trips, so I deleted some and recreated them with a range to include the proper blogs. It does not show right away in blog's page, but possibly, changes will appear later. Please let me know. Thank you
7th January 2014

Good job man!!
Lot's of variety in tour trip! Good pics and videos.
30th March 2011

http://www.blueriverresorthotel.com/rincon-de-la-vieja/Rincon_de_la_Vieja.asp
Loving blog on Rincon de la Vieja. I went to the Rincón de la Vieja (The Old Lady's Corner) National Park. Rincón de la Vieja is the name of an active Costa Rican volcano and this park protects the volcano, neighboring volcanoes and the watershed that stems from their slopes. That watershed is significant and includes 32 rivers and 16 seasonal streams which combined provide most of the water for the entire province of Guanacaste to the west.
From Blog: Costa Rica 2007
30th January 2010

Hi, about the chemicals, they are naturally present in the water, from all the volcanic activity. One stream has a lot of copper mineral, that shows when it mixes with the other one. It\s nice but i wouldn't drink it!
From Blog: First time in CR
22nd January 2010

Chemicals mixing in river?
What's this about the chemicals mixing in the river to form the color? Do you mean that people put dyes in the river? I hope not!
From Blog: First time in CR

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