Every month it gets harder and harder to pick out even just some of the best comments of the month. As always, these are just a select few and you can find many wonderful comments in a variety of posts from the past month.
- Ayngelina recommends Thailand or New Zealand (for the more timid) as great places to begin your backpacking adventures.
- It’s amazing what resolution you can get with a point-and-shoot digital camera these days. Kim Kinrade was able to spot several “Dublin clues” in my picture of D’olier Chambers.
- Gemma Ray shares 5 good backpacking tips.
- In case you’re planning a stopover in Iceland, Nomadic Chick has some local music to put you in the mood.
- Earl agrees, while it’s OK to hate some places, it’s hard to hold a grudge for long.
- I thought Amsterdam had a high bike-to-person ratio but according to Birgul, Ula, Turkey beats it out hands down.
- Dublin has endeared itself to more than a few of us giving Susan and others a home-away-from-home homesick feeling.
I really do mean it when I say I appreciate each of you taking the time to leave a comment. You have my many thanks and I hope you will all keep leaving your thoughts and comments from time to time.
[photo by: riNux]
A celebration of comments … I like that. I like it even more that Paris, my city, kicked butt in the first round!
You are off to a *very* strong start in the past 2 rounds, definitely living up to your #1 seeding 🙂
:)…I do so love your blog and the way you keep it very interactive!! Am looking forward to how this round ends in the contest.
Thanks Anjuli 🙂 I love watching to votes too, no telling how it will turn out.
That’s a really cool idea, can’t wait for the next round!
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Thanks Louise, some close ones for sure 😀
Why, thanks! Never thought one of my random comments would end up as foxnomad’s best of the month. Hope you got a chance to check out Sigur Rós. I was pretty impressed that the lead singer plays guitar with a violin bow.
I did, very Icelandic (although I’m not sure what that means!) Thanks for sharing it 🙂
Thanks for mentioning my comment Anil! This has quickly become one of my favorite sites to spend a few minutes exploring each day. You’ve done an impressive job creating this community.
Hi Earl, thank you, that means a lot. I do my best to produce and keep the content coming, glad you’re enjoying it and I appreciate you contributing to it as well.