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27 September 2011 / leggypeggy

Our travelling companions

A bush camp in Georgia with tents up and campfire cooking in progress.

It’s way overdue for me to introduce all of our travelling companions (as well as a bit more about ourselves). I’m working my way around the group, gathering tidbits of information and making sure I have a nice photo to show.

I am putting couples together in a single post, but that’s just to streamline entries. Every person is their own person, and not defined by being part of a couple. Couples are introduced in alphabetical order.

As much as a checklist for myself, here’s a complete list of our travelling companions and their nationalities.

Eamon, Irish
Gary and Lene, New Zealander and Norwegian
Glen and Keiran, both Australian
Ian, English
Karl and Vanessa, both South African
Johnny, English
Laura and Martin, both Irish
Lily, English
Lin and Norm, both English
Lu (Lucinda), new Zealander
Marina and Phil, both English
Megan, English
Rakhee, English
Sarah, English
Terry, Welsh
Toni, German
Will, English and South African
and of course Poor John and myself. We are both Australian, and I am also American.

NOTE: If you have access to Facebook, please feel free to share this post with others. I can’t get on Facebook in China, so it’s impossible for me to let people know I am adding to the blog now. Thanks.

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  1. Derrick / Oct 29 2011 10:49 am

    This is my first comment (only just found the blog, the emails have been going in my junk folder for some reason (I rarely check it, its normally full of mail from people who want to share millions with me, even though they dont know me, or some lottery win, usually for millions as well) but now I have altered the settings, so I should get an email whenever a new posting is made

    But in the mean time, I have a lot of catching up to do

    This seems a prety good mix of peole/nationalities

    Must make for some interesting conversations and meals

    I dont have a facebook account, so, I cant pass it on

    I’m on this trip in April next year, so I am really pleased someone has posted a blog, that is interesting and informative

    Like

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