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  1. Hayden says:

    Wow, when was the *last* time you went to church?

  2. Alex Mifsud says:

    Bruce. How frustrating for you that internet connections are preventing you from publishing posts and uploading all those images. I just can’t wait to read and view your material on Arslanbob. There is such a place??
    Cheers, Alex.

  3. Alex Mifsud says:

    Bruce. Great to have you on line again. Is this preparing us for your next transition from tourists to adventurers?? Cheers, Alex. (That beer sounded good, but any coffee reports from your travels?)

  4. Alex Mifsud says:

    Five weddings! Did you accept the invitations? This is shaping up to be your best trip ever. And photos at last. Cheers, Alex.

  5. Alex Mifsud says:

    Mouthwatering Bruce. You excel yourself here. Also, I didn’t think that there was much chance any more for us to be able to taste food like this. Brilliant photo of the pomegranates by the way – would have been good to include on that restaurant website you were working on.
    Cheers, Alex.

  6. Alex Mifsud says:

    Bruce, when you get back, with this post you’ll be able to solve the rising youth unemployment in Australia. I enjoyed reading this. Cheers, Alex.

  7. Alex Mifsud says:

    Bruce, with all this new knowledge in your repertoire, we’re going to have to allow extra time for our coffees together on your return. Cheers, Alex.

  8. Alex Mifsud says:

    Bruce, I would go back just to see that “Impressions of Sanjie Liu” performance. What a show in what a setting! Cheers, Alex.

  9. Alex Mifsud says:

    Bruce, it was great re-living the Yangtse experience through your commentary. But, oh no, not again – I couldn’t believe your news about camera troubles.
    Cheers, Alex.

  10. Alex Mifsud says:

    How proud you must be. Congratulations. Cheers, Alex.

  11. Alex Mifsud says:

    Bruce, I love these posts. Cheers, Alex.

  12. Congratulations Hayden!!!

  13. Alex Mifsud says:

    How are you finding the time to do all this wonderful travel writing Bruce? And the cameras look as if they are are back to normal again – love the people shots of the girl in Iran and the dozing security guard. The lamp post one here is very eerie. Cheers, Alex.

  14. Alex Mifsud says:

    Bruce and Thea. We’re at the arrivederci Roma stage of our Italy group tour. As our tour escort duties are easing and the internet improving, I am starting to get time to catch up more regulraly with your blogs. I love the Cuba posts. Cheers, Alex.

  15. Alex Mifsud says:

    With a bit of free time today I said, “I wonder if Bruce has added anything to his blog”. I never thought so much could happen between Cuba and Costa Rica. Hats off to you two; you know how to squeeze every bit of sight and seeing out of sightseeing. Cheers, Alex (from Waltham St – do you remember it?).

  16. Alex Mifsud says:

    Ah…so reassuring that things are back to normal – on the road again and describing varied and new experiences. PS: What car are you driving and what are the road conditions like and do you recommend the Route 66 touring??
    Cheers, Alex.

  17. Alex Mifsud says:

    How on earth did you manage to take a photo like this Bruce? Which camera? What time of the day? Cheers, Alex.

  18. Alex Mifsud says:

    I enjoyed this wedding post Bruce. What a terrace for the reception! Bet you were itching to get that new camera out for this event. Cheers, Alex.

  19. Sounds like quite the adventure

  20. Alex Mifsud says:

    Bruce. I love the new departure from the standard blog. We were always sceptical about the tipping culture over there, but you’ve observed something spiralling out of control. Where are you going to shine that spotlight next? Cheers, Alex.