The serial number of a human specimen is the face, that accidental and unrepeatable combination of features. It reflects neither character nor soul, nor what we call the self. The face is only the serial number of a specimen.
Hi Renny. I came across your blog when I visited DimLamp's blog site. I have to say that I am glad to have clicked on the link that took me here. I have never been to your part of the world. Perhaps some year in the future. I do travel much of the world now in my retirement. Come and visit my site and discover more about who I am and how I see the world. Robert
Thank you very much very nice article Great information! Very useful for me. Thanks a lot.
Y uno que se preocupa porque los avisos no molesten a los visitantes del blog.
it would be better with other languages support, but thanks..
does anyone knows if there is any other information about this subject in other languages?? RennyBA Use Google Translation in the sidebar on this blog.
it looks like a nice site, but it would better with multi language support, for example spanish.. but thanks.. RennyBA Use Google Translation in the sidebar on this blog.
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Maybe we will charter a plane from the Philippines and visit you ! Count me in ( but only during Summer ;-)
@Cheh: Thanks for the nice comment - an example of why I love sharing my daily life with the world! Keep on dreaming - one day it might come true!
Oh deer!:)I just finished reading all your Arctic trip post series & enjoyed them all. I'm dreaming right now to actually experience the place as you did! renny,happy easter to you & to your family!!
FROHE OSTERN (Happy Easter) renny! :)
Hei Renny! Very nice and interesting series.... Have a happy easter!!!!
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